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Keeping Our Secrets? Designing Internet Technologies for the Public Good

Abstract:

The ongoing development of computing, communications and storage technologies presents a challenge to privacy protection, given the increasing ease with which personal data can be collected, analysed, stored and shared. Computer scientists have developed “privacy by design” techniques such as data minimisation, which help to enforce the data protection and privacy safeguards contained in national legal frameworks and international human rights instruments. Such techniques provide a templat...

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Peer reviewed
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Social Sciences Division - Oxford Internet Institute
Publisher:
Thomson Reuters (Professional) UK Limited Publisher's website
Journal:
European Human Rights Law Review Journal website
Volume:
4
Pages:
368-377
Publication date:
2014
URN:
uuid:af752424-4de4-4f8b-a97f-ed02ecafa0b4
Local pid:
ora:9032

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