From Liane Colonna: Please read the following case studies in advance of class. Some are a bit complex and it will help you to learn more if you familiarize yourself with them in advance. During the seminar, you will break up into groups and discuss each scenario for a few minutes. Then, one student will be asked to represent the group and share the group’s response to the rest of the class. Discussion will follow. We will move through one question at time. We might have time to go through them all but we can try!
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) helps you take control of this information through several key rights, giving you greater power to protect yourself.
Privacy terminology (pdf) (footnotes optional): Andreas Pfitzmann, Marit Hansen, "A terminology for talking about privacy by data minimization: Anonymity, Unlinkability, Undetectability, Unobservability, Pseudonymity, and Identity Management", Version v0.34 Aug. 10, 2010, pdf
Based on the nomenclature of the early papers in the field privacy by data minimization, we develop a terminology which is both expressive and precise. More particularly, we define anonymity, unlinkability, linkability, undetectability, unobservability, pseudonymity (pseudonyms and digital pseudonyms, and their attributes), identifiability, identity, partial identity, digital identity and identity management. In addition, we describe the relationships between these terms, give a rationale why we define them as we do, and sketch the main mechanisms to provide for the properties defined.
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