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Anonymity - Background Fall 2009 TUR 2303 M 5 (11:45-12:35), R 5-6 (11:45-1:40) Prof. Newman, instructor CSE-E346352-392-1488 Office Hours (tentative): MTW 2-3pm nemo@cise.ufl.edu - subject: Anon . ..
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Outline Course Outline – what is this subject? Projects and papers Policies
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Exercise Take 2 minutes to think about anonymity. Answer these questions in writing: What is anonymity? How is it related to privacy? Give examples of need for anonymity (aiming at volume here) Get into groups of 2-3 and share your answers Try to arrive at a joint definition or agree to disagree Add to your list of examples Share your responses with the class
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What is Anonymity Literally, lacking a name (a + onyma) Unidentifiability Inability to attribute artifact or actions Related to privacy - how?
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What is Privacy? Ability of an entity to control its own space Physical space Bodily space Data space Communication space What else?
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Exercise What are examples of privacy in these spaces? Physical space Bodily space Data space Communication space What other spaces can you think of?
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Privacy Spaces Physical space: invasion, paparazzi, location Bodily space: medical consent, battery Data space: identity, activity, status, records Communication space: email, Internet privacy, correspondents, phone #, address Overlap in spaces (e.g., location)
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Need for Privacy/Anonymity Planning/execution in competition Fundamental right – voting, celebrities Philosophical necessity (free will) Restarting when past can cripple Statutory requirements Liability issues – data release Freedom/survival in repressive environments Increasing pressure from technologies
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