Dec 192010
 December 19, 2010  Posted by  Misc, Online

Brian Solis of (R)evolution interviewed Ryan Calo recently.  Ryan, who runs the   Consumer Privacy Project at Stanford Law School has generated a lot of discussion among privacy scholars by his attempt to introduce a two-factor model of privacy harm (as distinguished from privacy violation).  His paper has cited previously on this blog.

In this interview, they discuss privacy and Ryan’s research on privacy harm and human interface design:

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