Ein Beitrag vom 14. Juni 2011
Hier noch eine kleine Ergänzung zu meinem Vortrag auf dem Deutschen Präventionstag vor zwei Wochen: eine Empfehlung zum Hören.
“Nearly every day the news media carries stories about how much information the government compiles about the average citizen. As Daniel J. Solove writes in his new book Nothing to Hide: The False Tradeoff Between Privacy and Security, many people say, “If you’ve got nothing to hide, you shouldn’t worry about government surveillance.” However, Solove argues that it should not be necessary to choose security over privacy.
In addition to giving an overview of the history of privacy law, he discusses the particular issues related to modern technology and the dangers of aggreagated data in modern society. He also reviews how pro-security experts can better protect individual privacy without giving up the protection of the general population.”