Category Archives: the right to be forgotten

Constant Monitoring Means A New Society of “Permissions”.

The first freedom lost in a surveillance society is the freedom to control one’s public identity. But the second freedom lost in a surveillance society is the freedom to make spontaneous unselfconscious choices. Through awareness of constant monitoring we experience … Continue reading

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On “The Right To Be Forgotten”.

On The Right To Be Forgotten: My ideal privacy protection scenario to protect an individual’s public identity. In my ideal privacy protection scenario an individual’s public identity would be protected by a hierarchy of three steps. The person, the individual … Continue reading

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