David Perera reports:
The current U.S. approach to privacy regulation fails to account for the effects of information sharing created by the ascendance of technologies that permit things such as Big Data or fusion centers, said Daniel Solove, a noted privacy law researcher and a professor at George Washington University. He spoke Nov. 9 during a symposium on privacy and technology held by the Harvard Law Review.
The current model, which Solove dubbed the “privacy self-management approach,” takes refuge in the notion of consent, he said.
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