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Privacy is one of the most important concepts of our time, yet it is also one of the most elusive. As rapidly changing technology makes information increasingly available, scholars, activists, and policymakers have struggled to define privacy, with many conceding that the task is virtually impossible.
In this concise and lucid book, Daniel J. Solove offers a comprehensive overview of the difficulties involved in discussions of privacy and ultimately provides a provocative resolution. He argues that no single definition can be workable, but rather that there are multiple forms of privacy, related to one another by family resemblances. His theory bridges cultural differences and addresses historical changes in views on privacy. Drawing on a broad array of interdisciplinary sources, Solove sets forth a framework for understanding privacy that provides clear, practical guidance for engaging with relevant issues.
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“Where human rights reign, there is our country.
Where human rights are abused, there is our work.”
When evil resists a push, it doesn't push back, it immediately seeks to destroy.
Boldness is required for first limiting and then overcoming evil.
Of course surviving is nice too.
Hacker School: a prequel requested by readers of cyberhug.me.
A discontinuous progression toward
recovering inalienable human rights.
*hacktivist* ~ Cyberwar explodes over a despotism's genocide: The cyberhug.me trilogy starts with a lone hackster in cyberbattle.
Complicit Simplicity ~ As cyberwars extend beyond the ability of lone hackers, a hacktivism team forms to fight for human rights.
Abacus Brief ~ Moonlit Knight's Cyberwar and Peace: On a beautiful Pacific Island hacktivism becomes a tribal project, seeking liberation from modern pirates.
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The advent of the cyber age fundamentally reduced our ability to protect our privacy: the main threat is no longer the extent of the personal information is collected by various surveillance systems of the government (or corporations)—but how the information is used. Once collected, information can very often be accessed and misused by anyone in the world. This book lays out the foundations for a privacy doctrine suitable to the cyber age and examines the implications of the availability of personal information to corporations and major federal agencies.
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The Aspen Policy Books presents innovative thinking on America's most pressing national security challenges. This book is a collection of papers commissioned for the 2011 Aspen Strategy Group workshop, a bipartisan meeting of top national security experts. The papers examine the complexities of the emerging cyber threat, as well as the possibilities and inherent challenges of crafting effective domestic and international cyber policy. Authors explore topics such as the economic impact of cybercrime, cyber as a new dimension of warfare, the revolutionary potential of Internet freedom, and the future realities the United States will face in the new age of heightened Internet connectivity.
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The contributors to this book explore the political discourse and power relations of technological growth and human rights issues between the Global South and the Global North and uncover the different perspectives of both regions. They investigate the conflict between technology and human rights and the perpetuation of inequality and subjection of the South to the North. With emerging economies such as Brazil playing a major role in trade, investment and financial law, this book examines how human rights are affected in Southern countries and identifies significant challenges to reform in the areas of international law and policy.