Foreword

Daniel Harris Brean

Abstract


Privacy and technology issues tend to implicate one another.  Sometimes they reinforce each other, such as when improved data security thwarts hackers.  But often the use of technology diminishes privacy because, in order to benefit from the technology, users must surrender some personal, otherwise private information.  In such cases the technology may be powerful, profitable, fun, or convenient, but the privacy consequences of its use can be quite profound.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/tlp.2015.184

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