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“It’s time to get over zero-sum thinking about Internet privacy,” writes Respect Network CEO Drummond Reed, adding, “Privacy is not dead or dying because of the advances in new technologies.” Reed’s comments are in response to a recent Privacy Perspectives post by IU CLEAR Director Stanley Crosley, CIPP/US, CIPM, called “Old School Privacy is Dead, But Don’t Go Privacy Crazy.” Reed opines in his response on Perspectives that “it’s not an either/or proposition, and the thought of abandoning the notion of user control simply invites control by others.” Instead of “suggesting that privacy must adapt to technology,” Reed notes, privacy should be “embedded into technology systematically so as to remove the burden from the individual to protect their privacy.”
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