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IDG Contributor Network: Keeping humanity in the privacy debate

Discussion in 'CSO' started by RSS, May 18, 2016.

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    Three weeks ago, my dog ate a sock and got very sick. We knew something was wrong because she started acting oddly – hiding in a corner and getting very quiet. We ended up in a veterinary hospital for surgery to remove said sock, and I am happy to report that all is now well again.

    As I sat down today to write this first blog post for CSO, I realized my poor black lab’s experience was a great way to introduce the topic of privacy. Too often in society today, we think of privacy in terms of something that has been irretrievably lost, something that has been taken from us with the unceasing march of Moore’s Law and the prying eyes of marketers. Or we think of privacy in terms of a Faustian bargain with national security – that we can only have one or the other, and never both.

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