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The Resource Group privacy : new challenges of data technologies, Linnet Taylor, (electronic book)

Group privacy : new challenges of data technologies, Linnet Taylor, (electronic book)

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Group privacy : new challenges of data technologies
Title
Group privacy
Title remainder
new challenges of data technologies
Statement of responsibility
Linnet Taylor
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Contributor
Language
eng
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Taylor, Linnet
Dewey number
100
Index
no index present
LC call number
B1-5802
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Floridi, Luciano
  • Sloot, Bart van der
Label
Group privacy : new challenges of data technologies, Linnet Taylor, (electronic book)
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Publication
Carrier category
online resource
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cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Contents; About the Authors; Chapter 1: Introduction: A&#x;New Perspective on&#x;Privacy; 1.1 The Project and&#x;Its Origins; 1.2 Emerging Data Technologies and&#x;Practices; 1.3 Transcending the&#x;Individual; 1.4 Conceptualising Group Privacy; 1.5 The Legal Field's Engagement with&#x;Group Privacy; 1.6 Conclusion: From&#x;'Their Privacy' to&#x;'Its Privacy'; Bibliography; Chapter 2: Safety in&#x;Numbers? Group Privacy and&#x;Big Data Analytics in&#x;the&#x;Developing World; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Background: The&#x;Current Uses of&#x;Big Data Analytics to&#x;Identify Groups in&#x;LMICs
  • 2.3 Case 1. Groups in&#x;Motion: Big Data as&#x;Ground Truth2.4 Case 2. Groups and&#x;Disease Transmission: Big Data as&#x;Tracking Technology; 2.5 Case 3. Drone Data and&#x;the&#x;Cross-Contextual Flow of&#x;Information; 2.6 Discussion; 2.7 Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 3: Group Privacy in&#x;the&#x;Age of&#x;Big Data; 3.1 What Is a&#x;Group?; 3.1.1 Traditional Notions of&#x;Groups: Self-Proclaimed and&#x;Self-Aware; 3.1.2 Big Data: New Grounds for&#x;Identifying Groups; 3.2 What Is Group Privacy?; 3.2.1 Challenging Traditional Notions and&#x;Protections of&#x;Privacy; 3.2.1.1 The Shifting Ontology of&#x;Privacy
  • 3.2.1.2 Data, Information, and&#x;Knowledge3.2.1.3 Demographically Identifiable Information (DII); 3.2.1.4 Privacy Protection in&#x;the&#x;Age of&#x;Big Data; 3.2.2 The Content and&#x;Protection of&#x;Group Privacy; 3.2.2.1 Group Privacy Is Not Reducible to&#x;Individual Privacy; 3.2.2.2 Group Privacy as&#x;Dignity: Concepts of&#x;Self-Determination and&#x;Data Sovereignty as&#x;Applicable to&#x;Groups; 3.3 Affirming and&#x;Protecting Group Privacy; 3.3.1 Through Traditional Levers of&#x;Power; 3.3.2 Through a&#x;More Harmonized International Regime for&#x;Data Management by&#x;Users
  • 3.3.3 By Improving Data Security and&#x;Accountability for&#x;Breaches3.3.4 Through Improving Awareness and&#x;Data Literacy; 3.4 Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 4: Beyond "Do No Harm" and&#x;Individual Consent: Reckoning with&#x;the&#x;Emerging Ethical Challenges of&#x;Civil Society's Use of&#x;Data; 4.1 Introduction: New Technologies and&#x;New Ethical "Blindspots"; 4.2 The Ethical Doctrine Gap in&#x;Civil Society's Current Use of&#x;ICTs and&#x;Data; 4.3 The Emergence of&#x;Ad Hoc Codes of&#x;Conduct; 4.4 Defining What Constitutes "Beneficence" and&#x;"Non-&#x;maleficence" in&#x;Current Practice
  • 4.5 Current Definitions of&#x;Non-maleficence: Protecting "PII" and&#x;Obtaining Individual Informed Consent4.6 Single Stream Ethics Are Insufficient in&#x;a&#x;Multi-stream World; 4.7 Defining DII and&#x;Understanding Its Potential Operational Implications; 4.8 DII: A&#x;Hypothetical Example; 4.9 Multi-stream DII Collection and&#x;the&#x;"Consent Paradox"; 4.10 The Population Protection Imperative: Towards&#x;a&#x;New Framework for&#x;Civil Society's Use of&#x;Data; Bibliography; Chapter 5: Group Privacy: A&#x;Defence and&#x;an&#x;Interpretation; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 How Can There Be&#x;Groups?; 5.3 How Can a&#x;Group Have Rights?
Control code
ocn967858467
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Governing access note
SINGLE USER ACCESS. This e-book is restricted to one viewer at any one time. You may download a chapter or page range (subject to the same limits as for printing) as a permanent PDF image file for use on a computer or e-book reading device (including a Kindle)
Isbn
9783319466088
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Group privacy : new challenges of data technologies, Linnet Taylor, (electronic book)
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Contents; About the Authors; Chapter 1: Introduction: A&#x;New Perspective on&#x;Privacy; 1.1 The Project and&#x;Its Origins; 1.2 Emerging Data Technologies and&#x;Practices; 1.3 Transcending the&#x;Individual; 1.4 Conceptualising Group Privacy; 1.5 The Legal Field's Engagement with&#x;Group Privacy; 1.6 Conclusion: From&#x;'Their Privacy' to&#x;'Its Privacy'; Bibliography; Chapter 2: Safety in&#x;Numbers? Group Privacy and&#x;Big Data Analytics in&#x;the&#x;Developing World; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Background: The&#x;Current Uses of&#x;Big Data Analytics to&#x;Identify Groups in&#x;LMICs
  • 2.3 Case 1. Groups in&#x;Motion: Big Data as&#x;Ground Truth2.4 Case 2. Groups and&#x;Disease Transmission: Big Data as&#x;Tracking Technology; 2.5 Case 3. Drone Data and&#x;the&#x;Cross-Contextual Flow of&#x;Information; 2.6 Discussion; 2.7 Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 3: Group Privacy in&#x;the&#x;Age of&#x;Big Data; 3.1 What Is a&#x;Group?; 3.1.1 Traditional Notions of&#x;Groups: Self-Proclaimed and&#x;Self-Aware; 3.1.2 Big Data: New Grounds for&#x;Identifying Groups; 3.2 What Is Group Privacy?; 3.2.1 Challenging Traditional Notions and&#x;Protections of&#x;Privacy; 3.2.1.1 The Shifting Ontology of&#x;Privacy
  • 3.2.1.2 Data, Information, and&#x;Knowledge3.2.1.3 Demographically Identifiable Information (DII); 3.2.1.4 Privacy Protection in&#x;the&#x;Age of&#x;Big Data; 3.2.2 The Content and&#x;Protection of&#x;Group Privacy; 3.2.2.1 Group Privacy Is Not Reducible to&#x;Individual Privacy; 3.2.2.2 Group Privacy as&#x;Dignity: Concepts of&#x;Self-Determination and&#x;Data Sovereignty as&#x;Applicable to&#x;Groups; 3.3 Affirming and&#x;Protecting Group Privacy; 3.3.1 Through Traditional Levers of&#x;Power; 3.3.2 Through a&#x;More Harmonized International Regime for&#x;Data Management by&#x;Users
  • 3.3.3 By Improving Data Security and&#x;Accountability for&#x;Breaches3.3.4 Through Improving Awareness and&#x;Data Literacy; 3.4 Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 4: Beyond "Do No Harm" and&#x;Individual Consent: Reckoning with&#x;the&#x;Emerging Ethical Challenges of&#x;Civil Society's Use of&#x;Data; 4.1 Introduction: New Technologies and&#x;New Ethical "Blindspots"; 4.2 The Ethical Doctrine Gap in&#x;Civil Society's Current Use of&#x;ICTs and&#x;Data; 4.3 The Emergence of&#x;Ad Hoc Codes of&#x;Conduct; 4.4 Defining What Constitutes "Beneficence" and&#x;"Non-&#x;maleficence" in&#x;Current Practice
  • 4.5 Current Definitions of&#x;Non-maleficence: Protecting "PII" and&#x;Obtaining Individual Informed Consent4.6 Single Stream Ethics Are Insufficient in&#x;a&#x;Multi-stream World; 4.7 Defining DII and&#x;Understanding Its Potential Operational Implications; 4.8 DII: A&#x;Hypothetical Example; 4.9 Multi-stream DII Collection and&#x;the&#x;"Consent Paradox"; 4.10 The Population Protection Imperative: Towards&#x;a&#x;New Framework for&#x;Civil Society's Use of&#x;Data; Bibliography; Chapter 5: Group Privacy: A&#x;Defence and&#x;an&#x;Interpretation; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 How Can There Be&#x;Groups?; 5.3 How Can a&#x;Group Have Rights?
Control code
ocn967858467
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Governing access note
SINGLE USER ACCESS. This e-book is restricted to one viewer at any one time. You may download a chapter or page range (subject to the same limits as for printing) as a permanent PDF image file for use on a computer or e-book reading device (including a Kindle)
Isbn
9783319466088
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote

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