Digital Privacy is a big deal and with the US elections behind us, we can get on with the business at hand – finalizing standards and regulation (or the enforcement thereof) that protect our basic rights to know who is collecting and using our data, how it’s being used AND having greater choice over who […]
Posts Categorized: Privacy
Just downloaded the latest version of Chrome and it’s official – Do Not Track is now a Privacy setting. Although you might want to read the disclaimer that shows up when you check the box.
Even us folks that don’t follow boxing know the infamous rope-a-dope. Show them one thing and then deliver another. The classic, you never saw it coming. So what does this have to do with Do Not Track? In theory, the DNT effort of the W3C is about defining the technical standards to support the ability […]
When considering any system sometimes we forget that there’s a ‘Human in the Loop’. I’ve just finished reading a great white paper by Lori Cranor (A Framework for Reasoning About the Human in the Loop), and whilst this paper talks about security, it’s kissing cousin is Privacy. So a lot of the ideas presented here […]
I’ve been planning on writing about an alternative approach to In-Browser Privacy. Obviously we’re very much in favor of a better solution than the current Do Not Track standard that’s being offered, and to that end we set out over 6 years ago now to build a fully standards based solution that seamlessly integrates into […]