FIPPA in a Big Data

Post-Privacy World

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Quiz: how FIPPA-riffic are you?
http://bit.ly/bcfippa1
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Here we are


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"identifiable student information"


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"is this allowed?"

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Compliance

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How confident are you?
How protected are our students?
http://bit.ly/bcfippa2
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One year on...

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"reverse-engineered something beautiful
 into a tool of mass surveillance and oppression"

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"non-US persons"

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"manipulate online discourse and
activism to generate desirable outcomes"
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"...simply got copies for itself."

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Acxiom, Corelogic, Datalogix, eBureau, ID Analytics, Intelius, PeekYou, Rapleaf, and Recorded Future.   
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The right to "transfer all of the information, including any profiles created, if and when it is merged or sold."
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Monopoly has its privileges


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Go mobile!
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"They see everything, they’re aware of our position, our relationship to other human beings and other robots, they mediate an information stream around us."
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“...they try to bring the online
 rules into the offline world.”

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"...like prey"
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"...knowing very little and
getting that little fragment wrong too."
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"The theme of the architecture
is nature versus technology
and bringing the outside in."
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“One half is stupid, and
the other half is stupid.”

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Law enforcement

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"...without any direct
relation to a program or activity."

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private data?
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The pending cyber-bullying law

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Server location?

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Data routing
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Tracking

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Everything is broken


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Heartbleed


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Security theatre
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Student attitudes

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Are we helping them?


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The new oil?

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Reclaim
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Means to escape

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Get mad

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Then again...
http://bit.ly/bcfippa3
http://bit.ly/bcfippa4
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Audio and References:
http://abject.ca/post-privacy

FIPPA

By Brian Lamb

FIPPA

ETUG 2014 Spring Workshop - References at https://kumu.tru.ca/ETUG_FIPPA

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