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1 CptS 401, Spring2011 2/7/2011 Chapter : Privacy II See Dilbert cartoons about privacy: 1

2 CptS 401, Spring2011 2/7/2011 Attendance Question I: Are you here? A: Yes 2

3 CptS 401, Spring2011 2/7/2011 In-Class Activity: Privacy Case Study Discussions We will work through the case studies on pp With respect to each case study, I’d like your group to try to come to a consensus with respect to the questions posed Use the following to guide your discussion: – Privacy principles for personal information (Fig. 2.1, p. 54) – Key questions to ask regarding new systems or policies for personal data use or data mining (pp ) – Fourth amendment – Warren & Brandeis view vs. Jarvis Thomson view (pp ) – Free Market vs. Consumer Protection view (pp ) Let’s work through an example together first… 3

4 CptS 401, Spring2011 2/7/2011 Privacy II Case Study: Google Street View (This story was written by Melissa Eddy of the Associated Press and published on 8/20/10. It appears at BERLIN — Germans have long harbored an obsession about protecting privacy, with memories of Nazi-era denouncements of neighbors and East German secret police snooping still alive. Now they have found a new target for their fears: Google "Street View." Under strong government pressure, the Internet giant made Germany the only country where people can request to have images of their homes deleted from the project before it goes online in November, along with other concessions. It has all stirred debate about how to define and defend privacy in the digital age and revealed a yawning generational divide between those old enough to recall invasive past regimes and those who have grown up with the Internet. "There is a fear of becoming a 'See-through Citizen' in a totalitarian surveillance state," said Jesko Kaltenbaek, a professor of psychology at Berlin's Freie University. "Both under the Nazis and in the former East Germany, the exact knowledge of citizens' lives served as a decisive instrument of power for government leaders." At the heart of the debate That concern lies at the heart of the current debate, where politicians have been criticizing Google for allegedly trampling the rights of citizens who are disturbed by the idea that "Street View" might help strangers locate them in their homes. Germany's Consumer Protection Minister Ilse Aigner has repeatedly called for Google to reveal more about the information that it holds and how it is collected. 4

5 CptS 401, Spring2011 2/7/2011 Question (Clicker) Is Google’s Street View a privacy violation, as the Germans seem to think? A.Yes B.No C.Not sure 5

6 CptS 401, Spring2011 2/7/2011 Arriving at an Answer: Baase’s Principles (p. 54) Questions for Protecting Personal Information Q1: Informed consent? Q2: Collect only data needed? Q3: Opt out option? Q4: Opt in for sensitive data? Q5: Keep data only as long as needed? Q6: Maintain accuracy of data? Q7: Protect security of data? Q8: Policies for responding to law enforcement? 6

7 CptS 401, Spring2011 2/7/2011 Arriving at an Answer: Fourth Amendment Implications (Clicker) Can the presence of a person’s home on Google Maps Street View be considered a “search?” A.Yes B.No C.Not sure 7

8 CptS 401, Spring2011 2/7/2011 Arriving at an Answer: Warren & Brandeis People have right to prohibit publication of facts about and photos of themselves – Does this extend to their homes? (Are they of general interest?) How will information on Google Maps Street View be used? 8

9 CptS 401, Spring2011 2/7/2011 Arriving at an Answer: Warren & Brandeis vs. Thomson W&B: People have right to prohibit publication of facts about and photos of themselves – Does this extend to their homes? (Are they of general interest?) – How will information on Google Maps Street View be used? Thomson: Is another right being violated (e.g., control of one’s property or person?) 9

10 CptS 401, Spring2011 2/7/2011 Arriving at an Answer: Free Market vs. Consumer Protection View Free Market – What contracts are in place here? Are people able to enter into agreements freely? Consumer Protection – How can having one’s house on Google Maps harm an individual? – What restrictions could be put into place to protect individuals? 10

11 CptS 401, Spring2011 2/7/2011 Case Study Assignments for Discussions 2.45: Error 404, 7, Breakfast Club, Skynet 2.46: 24, FAM, Pangea, Hide Yo’ Kids 2.47: CADD, Thizzle, Brandon 2.48: Rock-It, Sponge Bob, SPAMD 2.49: Batman, Skillz that Killz, Emoticons 2.50: Error 403 Forbidden, Pac4, Prestige Worldwide 2.54: SkyBlue, iTeam, Tier III, Skynet 11

12 CptS 401, Spring2011 2/7/2011 Group Discussion Process (15 minute discussion) Discuss your case with respect to the following: – Privacy principles for personal information (Fig. 2.1, p. 54) – Key questions to ask regarding new systems or policies for personal data use or data mining (pp ) – Fourth amendment – Warren & Brandeis view vs. Jarvis Thomson view (pp ) – Free Market vs. Consumer Protection view (pp ) Try to arrive at a consensus Have scribe take notes on process Group spokesperson should be prepared to summarize group discussion with class 12

13 CptS 401, Spring2011 2/7/2011 Announcements Proposal resubmission pm tonight Reading Quiz on Ch. 3.1 – 3.3 on Thursday (remember that you get one side of an 8.5” x 11” sheet of paper as a “cheat sheet” for the quiz!) 13


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