[LINK] OLO: '... time for guidelines on 'privacy and the media''
rick at praxis.com.au
Mon May 18 08:52:35 EST 2009
Roger Clarke wrote:
> Why it's time for guidelines on 'privacy and the media'
> More content is now produced by the public than by media
> corporations. This has many implications. This opinion piece
> investigates one of them.
Bruce Schneier chimes in with "Should We Have an Expectation of Online
"This isn't a technological problem; it's a legal problem. The
courts need to recognize that in the information age, virtual
privacy and physical privacy don't have the same boundaries.
We should be able to control our own data, regardless of where
it is stored. We should be able to make decisions about the
security and privacy of that data, and have legal recourse
should companies fail to honor those decisions. And just as
the Supreme Court eventually ruled that tapping a telephone
was a Fourth Amendment search, requiring a warrant--even though
it occurred at the phone company switching office and not in
the target's home or office--the Supreme Court must recognize
that reading personal e-mail at an ISP is no different."
Rick Welykochy || Praxis Services
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