Schlagwort-Archiv: Privatsphäre

Coonkiesent.

Based on recital 32, actions such as scrolling or swiping through a webpage or similar user activity will not under any circumstances satisfy the requirement of a clear and affirmative action:such actions may be difficult to distinguish from other activity or interaction by a user and therefore determining that an unambiguous consent has been obtained will also not be possible. Furthermore,in such a case, it will be difficult to provide a way for the user to withdraw consent in a manner that is as easy as granting it.

European Data Protection Board: Guidelines 05/2020 on consent under Regulation 2016/679

Forum for all.

“Some people take the concept of “living room” rather literally. They wander through all of the corridors, and sometimes even the offices of our employees. If you then say: “You are now in our office”, they will reply: “Yes, but we are just dropping in and having a look”, said a smiling Nijdam.

northerntimes.nl: Forum Groningen: 550,000 visitor received

Privessor.

Meestal beginnen professoren na dergelijke wandelingen of excursies moppen te vertellen, kwaad te spreken van hun collega's, of mededelingen te doen over hun honden, katten, kinderen.

Willem Frederik Hermans: Nooit meer slapen

Dahdänschudds.

Das Hessische Datenschutzgesetz ist das Datenschutzgesetz für die öffentliche Verwaltung des Landes Hessen. Es trat 1970 in Kraft und ist damit das erste und älteste formelle Datenschutzgesetz der Welt.

Wikipedia: Hessisches Datenschutzgesetz

Wahnsirinn.

Denn wenn die Maschine, deren Teil Siri ja ist, nicht eine riesige Menge an Daten eingefüttert bekommt, kann sie nicht lernen, dass das phonetisch gleichklingende „Kot“ in bestimmten Kontexten graphemisch als „Code“ zu schreiben ist. Künstliche Intelligenz halt. Das findet ihr doch alle so geil!

Ulrike Sellmann: Anhören oder abhören (taz.de)

Das Private ist Politisch, mal wieder.

Perceptions and values of privacy have evolved over history, and not necessarily with the protection of those who need it most in mind.

It is time for a reclaiming of privacy that will empower women, trans and gender diverse people.

It is time for privacy to become a tool to smash patriarchy and so it’s time to ask ourselves what privacy will look like in a post-patriarchal world.

Privacy International: Reclaiming privacy: a feminist manifesto

Tenemetry.

You know that the telemetry surveillance in your operating system is getting out of hand when even the German government writes 63 pages about it.

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