August 28, 2009 | Michael Holloway

Privacy

Privacy can mean the ability of an individual to keep their personal affairs out of public view, or to control the flow of information about themselves. It is often associated with anonymity. As technology advances it becomes possible to collect and store increasingly detailed data about our daily lives, data often owned by corporate or bureaucratic entities outside of our control. In the information society, legal and technical safeguards which protect our privacy are crucial.

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