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1 PRIVACY II Trade-offs Between Administrative Efficiency and Abuse
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2 GOALS FOR TODAY Philosophy of privacy.
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3 GOALS FOR TODAY Philosophy of privacy. Basic definitions.
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4 GOALS FOR TODAY Philosophy of privacy. Basic definitions. Demonstrate that “privacy” is a relatively new issue associated with IT (and, perhaps, the Second Industrial Revolution).
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5 GOALS FOR TODAY Philosophy of privacy. Basic definitions. Demonstrate that “privacy” is a relatively new issue associated with IT (and, perhaps, the Second Industrial Revolution). Outline significant issues related to government.
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6 GOALS FOR TODAY Philosophy of privacy. Basic definitions. Demonstrate that “privacy” is a relatively new issue associated with IT (and, perhaps, the Second Industrial Revolution). Outline significant issues related to government. Outline significant issues related to corporations.
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7 GOALS FOR TODAY Philosophy of privacy. Basic definitions. Demonstrate that “privacy” is a relatively new issue associated with IT (and, perhaps, the Second Industrial Revolution). Outline significant issues related to government. Outline significant issues related to corporations. Outline some specific pros and cons relating to information gathering by government agencies and corporate entities.
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8 Preamble: Discussion on O.B.I.T. The Outer Limits: "O.B.I.T." Season 1, Episode 7 First aired: November 4, 1963 by Jason Warren
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9 Preamble: Is Privacy a Fundamental Right? Is it not more akin to western culture (emphasis on the individual)?
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10 Preamble: Is Privacy a Fundamental Right? Is it not more akin to western culture (emphasis on the individual)? What are the harms and benefits of privacy?
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11 Preamble: Harms from Privacy Some individuals take advantage of privacy – it is claimed that most criminal behavior takes place under the cover of privacy (Schoeman, 1984).
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12 Preamble: Harms from Privacy Some individuals take advantage of privacy – it is claimed that most criminal behavior takes place under the cover of privacy (Schoeman, 1984). The nuclear family may be excessively burdened by privacy in that, in the past, people used to receive moral support not just from their immediate family, but also from other relatives and neighbors (Leach, 1967)
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13 Preamble: Harms from Privacy Some individuals take advantage of privacy – it is claimed that most criminal behavior takes place under the cover of privacy (Schoeman, 1984). The nuclear family may be excessively burdened by privacy in that, in the past, people used to receive moral support not just from their immediate family, but also from other relatives and neighbors (Leach, 1967) Family dysfunction ( i.e., family violence) is not easily acknowledged where the privacy of the family is highly respected (Harwell-Walker, 1994)
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14 Preamble: Benefits from Privacy Privacy is essential in order for a person to mature as an individual (Levine, 1980) – culturally dependent, of course.
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