By Rachel L. Finn, David Wright, Michael Friedewald (auth.), Serge Gutwirth, Ronald Leenes, Paul de Hert, Yves Poullet (eds.)
On 25 January 2012, the ecu fee provided its lengthy awaited new “Data security package”. With this notion for a drastic revision of the information security framework in Europe, it's reasonable to claim that we're witnessing a rebirth of ecu information safety, and maybe, its passage from an impulsive early life to a extra mature kingdom. expertise advances speedily and cellular units are considerably altering the panorama. more and more, we supply robust, hooked up, units, whose place and actions could be monitored by way of numerous stakeholders. Very robust social community websites emerged within the first half final decade, processing own info of many thousands of clients. Updating the regulatory community used to be approaching and the presentation of the recent package deal will start up a interval of excessive debate during which the proposals can be completely commented upon and criticized, and diverse amendments will absolutely be proposed.
This quantity brings jointly a few 19 chapters delivering conceptual analyses, highlighting concerns, providing options, and discussing practices concerning privateness and information security. within the first a part of the publication, conceptual analyses of innovations corresponding to privateness and anonymity are supplied. the second one part makes a speciality of the contrasted positions of electronic natives and getting older clients within the info society. The 3rd part offers 4 chapters on privateness by way of layout, together with discussions on roadmapping and urban ideas. The fourth part is dedicated to surveillance and profiling, with illustrations from the area of clever metering, self-surveillance and the advantages and hazards of profiling. The booklet concludes with case reviews relating speaking privateness in companies, the destiny of an information safeguard manager in a single of the ecu member states and knowledge security in social community websites and on-line media.
This quantity brings jointly a few 19 chapters supplying conceptual analyses, highlighting concerns, presenting ideas, and discussing practices concerning privateness and information safety. within the first a part of the e-book, conceptual analyses of ideas akin to privateness and anonymity are supplied. the second one part makes a speciality of the contrasted positions of electronic natives and growing older clients within the info society. The 3rd part presents 4 chapters on privateness through layout, together with discussions on roadmapping and urban thoughts. The fourth part is dedicated to surveillance and profiling, with illustrations from the area of clever metering, self-surveillance and the advantages and hazards of profiling. The publication concludes with case reports touching on speaking privateness in companies, the destiny of a knowledge safety manager in a single of the ecu member states and information defense in social community websites and on-line media.
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72 Philip Schütz and Michael Friedewald, “Technologies for Human Enhancement and their impact on privacy,” in Privacy, data protection and ethical issues in new and emerging technologies: Five case studies, eds. Rachel Finn and David Wright (PRESCIENT consortium, 25 November 2011). 73 Anton Nijholt, “BCI for Games: A ‘State of the Art’ Survey,” in Entertainment Computing – ICEC 2008, eds. Scott M. Stevens and Shirley J. Saldamarco (Berlin: Springer, 2009), 225. L. Finn et al. enhancement implies the internalisation of substances or technologies and/or a potential loss of control.
According to McFarland and Wolpaw, the images created by the brain’s electrical impulses reveal an enormous depth of information about the individual, his/her mind and way of thinking. ”80 Such technologies are being explored in relation to counter-terrorism and advertising practices, where, for example, sensor networks are being deployed in semi-public spaces to detect stress levels to attempt to identify suspicious behaviour and are being developed for retail situations to attempt to predict and influence purchasing behaviour.
In any event, we believe that our typology offers benefits, as we stated earlier, for policy-makers, academics, privacy advocates and any organisation carrying out a reasonably comprehensive privacy impact assessment. 6 Conclusion This paper has provided three main theoretical arguments. First, we have demonstrated that privacy is a fluid and dynamic concept that has developed alongside technological and social changes. In the 15 years between 1997 and 2012, the advent of new technologies and applications has meant that previously unconsidered types of privacy now need to be addressed in order to adequately protect individuals’ rights, freedoms and access to goods and services.
European Data Protection: Coming of Age by Rachel L. Finn, David Wright, Michael Friedewald (auth.), Serge Gutwirth, Ronald Leenes, Paul de Hert, Yves Poullet (eds.)