Privacy Advisor

Notes From the Executive Director

04.01.2010
In a recent Forbes article, Bruce Schneier dismissed claims that the age of privacy is over, asserting that people, even young people, still care about it. What’s different, he said, is that while the privacy attitudes of yesterday were aligned with the notion of secrecy, today privacy is about control. “A privacy failure is a control failure,” he said.

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