Clarity in Internet Privacy       Julian Ranger        www.jranger.com
Privacy - the time is now
Facebook example
Facebook example
Facebook example
“The internet changes everything”               Doesn’t it?
Harm           Ethical            Grey                    Unethical                      IllegalSpectrum                  ...
Harm           Ethical               Grey                    Unethical                      IllegalSpectrum               ...
Harm           Ethical               Grey                    Unethical                      IllegalSpectrum               ...
“The internet changes everything”               Doesn’t it?
Statistics, lies & damned lies• 75%• 39%• 35%
Is Clarity in Privacy Difficult?
An example
Harm           Ethical               Grey                    Unethical                      IllegalSpectrum               ...
Minimum basic privacy principles• We are clearly told at which privacy level a service operates at                        ...
It is of course more complicated ...                                                   • Copyright in self                ...
How?                    X         New        Privacy       Certificate   √
Appetite for change?
• 6 simple privacy levels   • 3 Privacy principles?                             • We are clearly told at which            ...
Clarity in internet privacy   pecha kucha format
Clarity in internet privacy   pecha kucha format
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Clarity in Internet Privacy - a pecha kucha style presentation I gave at Digital Surrey in April 2011.

You can download text for the presentation here: http://www.docstoc.com/docs/79037570/Clarity-in-Internet-Privacy----text---Pecha-Kucha-format

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  • Clarity in internet privacy pecha kucha format

    1. 1. Clarity in Internet Privacy Julian Ranger www.jranger.com
    2. 2. Privacy - the time is now
    3. 3. Facebook example
    4. 4. Facebook example
    5. 5. Facebook example
    6. 6. “The internet changes everything” Doesn’t it?
    7. 7. Harm Ethical Grey Unethical IllegalSpectrum Public Interest List Unsolicited PhonePhysical Gossip Privacy Invasion Selling Calls Libel Tapping Assault World Mug ID Fraud Targeting Theft
    8. 8. Harm Ethical Grey Unethical IllegalSpectrum Public Interest List Unsolicited PhonePhysical Gossip Privacy Invasion Selling Calls Libel Tapping Assault World Mug ID Fraud Targeting Theft Digital Self World Harm Permanence Ease of Search
    9. 9. Harm Ethical Grey Unethical IllegalSpectrum Public Interest List Unsolicited PhonePhysical Gossip Privacy Invasion Selling Calls Libel Tapping Assault World Mug ID Fraud Targeting Theft Digital Self World Harm Permanence Ease of Search Awareness Legislation Zone Zone
    10. 10. “The internet changes everything” Doesn’t it?
    11. 11. Statistics, lies & damned lies• 75%• 39%• 35%
    12. 12. Is Clarity in Privacy Difficult?
    13. 13. An example
    14. 14. Harm Ethical Grey Unethical IllegalSpectrum Public Interest List Unsolicited PhonePhysical Gossip Privacy Invasion Selling Calls Libel Tapping Assault World Mug ID Fraud Targeting Theft Digital Self World Harm Permanence Ease of Search Awareness Legislation Zone Zone
    15. 15. Minimum basic privacy principles• We are clearly told at which privacy level a service operates at Identified 223 tracking files/programs• The privacy level cannot be changed on us without us knowing• We have an ability to have our information deleted should we so wish it • Retracting permission should be as easy as giving it
    16. 16. It is of course more complicated ... • Copyright in self • Who owns derived data • How retract data already passed on The Real Life Social Network by @padday .... but that is the next layer of detail
    17. 17. How? X New Privacy Certificate √
    18. 18. Appetite for change?
    19. 19. • 6 simple privacy levels • 3 Privacy principles? • We are clearly told at which privacy level a service operates at • The privacy level cannot be changed on us without us knowing • We have an ability to have our information deleted should we so wish it • Retracting permission should be as easy as giving it

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