Simon Davies writes:
My friend and colleague Robert Ellis Smith was kind enough recently to reprint my “twenty privacy principles that they never taught you at school” blog in his excellent US publication Privacy Journal. I’ve subsequently received a few messages suggesting that I should consider writing about the new language of privacy.
This is a superb idea. The principles do touch briefly on the new vocabluary of privacy. For example they warn that privacy is under greatest threat whenever government says it wants to “modernise” privacy protections, while in the corporate world the expression “enhancing the user experience” is a euphemism for increased customer surveillance.
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