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Privacy: Is it dead or just being renegotiated?

Discussion in 'CSO' started by RSS, Mar 5, 2016.

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    It would have been hard to find anybody at this past week’s RSA conference who doesn’t think privacy is a problem. The topic even had its own track, with more than six dozen sessions.

    There is a bit less agreement, however, on how big a problem. It is not a large divide, but two presentations illustrated it well.

    The first view is that the loss of privacy is reaching a catastrophic level. According to Theodore F. Claypoole, a partner at Wombie Carlyle, modern technology is not only eroding your privacy. It is eroding the legal standard for your “reasonable expectation” of it.

    That unsettling message came with an equally unsettling title: “The gasping death of the reasonable expectation of privacy.”

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