A Critical Analysis of Genome Privacy Research Alexandros Mittos The relationship between genomics and privacy-enhancing technologies (PETs) has been an intense one for the better part of the last decade. Ever since Wang et al.’s paper, “Learning your identity and
Should I paint my house pink? Decisions are difficult… extra difficult when we talk privacy Agnieszka Kitkowska Decisions. We make them everyday. It all starts when we wake up – our brain begins its daily routine, the adventure towards known
Privacy – A Very Short Story Agnieszka Kitkowska Over the last year and a half, I have been talking to people, mostly friends & family about privacy. I was not surprised to find that their privacy perceptions and definitions differ.
GDPR Step-by-step, Part 2, Personal, Pseudonymised and Anonymous Data Luiza Rezende This is the second post in my new series about the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), in which in I will highlight relevant aspects of this new regulation, especially
GDPR Step-by-step, Part 1 Luiza Rezende This is the first post in my new series about the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), in which in I will highlight relevant aspects of this new regulation, especially for businesses. The GDPR will
The Unintended Consequences of “People You May Know” Mark Warner Going to see a psychiatrist can be a daunting prospect for many due to the often-intimate information being disclosed. The doctor-patient confidentiality regulations are designed to provide an environment in
The value of privacy Alexander Railean http://railean.net/ Privacy is a very important value, yet we routinely make decisions that undermine it. It is not just someone else doing it to us, we’re doing it to ourselves as well. How
Luiza Rezende http://about.me/luizasrezende Last week the IFIP Summer School took place in Karlstad, Sweden, in the Computer Science building at Karlstad University (KAU), which had as the main subject “Privacy and Identity Management”. It was a very diversified and interdisciplinary program: