Articles on Privacy
Material on privacy including the right to be forgotten, government surveillance, and other topics
Do we want our obscurity?
Do we want to be identified and remembered online? That depends: by whom, and for what purpose?
SCU Law’s High Tech Law Institute, the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, and the Santa Clara District Attorney’s Office hosted the first ever “Privacy Crimes” half-day conference.
Teams that work on privacy-protective features for our online lives are much more likely to be effective if those teams are diverse, in as many ways as possible.
An Ethics Case Study
A woman asks Google to remove a link to an article about her rape from searches on her name.
A Delicious Counter-Experiment
Poll after poll finds that people do value their privacy, are deeply concerned by its erosion, and want more laws to protect it.
Welcome to the Privacy Debate
Privacy is an inherent part of all of our lives. The question is how to deploy it best.
As it begins to comply with the European Court decision about de-indexing certain search results, Google appoints an advisory council and seeks public input.
Privacy in the Age of Facebook
The amount and kinds of information that people post on Facebook does not mean that people don't care about privacy.