It’s all about the Privacy.
Do some people deserve it less than others? Who decides?
Online Cheating Site AshleyMadison Hacked — Brian Krebs, @briankrebs Krebs on Security July 19, 2015
When people who are supposed to protect someone’s privacy fail, what should their responsibility be following the failure? How do you make “someone whole,” as they say in the insurance biz, following a privacy breach?
Hacks of OPM databases compromised 22.1 million people, federal authorities say — Ellen Nakashima, @nakashimae, The Washington Post, July 9, 2015
What are the valid reasons someone’s privacy is violated? National Security? Public safety? Potential violence? Donating to the wrong cause? Who gets permission? Who oversees this?
“I don’t care if the government listens to me, I don’t have anything to hide. If you don’t have anything to hide, what are you worried about?”
— US citizen comment I read in response to Snowden revelations
Are there standards and regulations that organizations should meet? Who enforces them? What are the penalties if they don’t?
If they don’t follow the standards should there be additional sanctions? Who decides?
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