EFF Launches New “Terms of (Ab)use” Page (EFF)
Eight Million Reasons for New Surveillance Oversight (Slight Paranoia)
Everyman Offers New Directions in Online Maps (NYTimes)
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Grace, I find the term “personal data” way too broad. There is one bunch of stuff that I would release if persuaded of its benefit, and another that I would be hard pressed to image a justification for letting go of in any circumstances.There is presumably a moveable line, depending on the benefit.
Right–I think we’re definitely hampered by our vocabulary. Still trying to think up some better terminology! Is this a comment on the previous set of posts?
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