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									                                                     Current Issues

                                  Week 12 - November 28, 30




Privacy Policy, Law and Technology • Carnegie Mellon University • Fall 2005 • Lorrie Cranor • http://lorrie.cranor.org/courses/fa05/   1
                                                 Announcements
      Need to schedule project talks
               • We have 10 project talks, 10 minutes each + 5
                 minutes each for questions
               • Dec 5, 7 (120 minutes = 5 talks each day if we
                 start on time)
               • Dec 13 (3 hours = 10 talks)
               • Options:
                        All talks Dec 5 and 7 (start promptly at 9 am)
                               – We could even do 1 or 2 talks this week if anyone wants to
                                 get their talk over with
                        All talks Dec 13
                        4 talks Dec 5 and 6 talks Dec 13
                        4 talks Dec 7 and 6 talks Dec 13
Privacy Policy, Law and Technology • Carnegie Mellon University • Fall 2005 • Lorrie Cranor • http://lorrie.cranor.org/courses/fa05/   2
                                                 Announcements
      Decide on talk schedule and sign up for
       slots
      If you have questions about the comments
       on your paper rough draft or if other
       questions come up as you work on your
       final paper, please ask!




Privacy Policy, Law and Technology • Carnegie Mellon University • Fall 2005 • Lorrie Cranor • http://lorrie.cranor.org/courses/fa05/   3
                                                 Announcements
      Get your foam core boards and
       construction paper for posters from Jennifer
       Lucas in Smith 231A, (412) 268-9870,
       jmlucas@cs.cmu.edu
      Or bring your poster to poster fair and
       attach it to foam core there




Privacy Policy, Law and Technology • Carnegie Mellon University • Fall 2005 • Lorrie Cranor • http://lorrie.cranor.org/courses/fa05/   4
                                               Finishing up RFID




Privacy Policy, Law and Technology • Carnegie Mellon University • Fall 2005 • Lorrie Cranor • http://lorrie.cranor.org/courses/fa05/   5
                                      Batya Friedman’s talk




Privacy Policy, Law and Technology • Carnegie Mellon University • Fall 2005 • Lorrie Cranor • http://lorrie.cranor.org/courses/fa05/   6
                                                                Pop quiz
      http://www.cdt.org/privacy/quiz/




Privacy Policy, Law and Technology • Carnegie Mellon University • Fall 2005 • Lorrie Cranor • http://lorrie.cranor.org/courses/fa05/   7
                                            Local privacy news
       Upskirting and downblousing not illegal in PA and
        many other states.
       Old PA privacy law makes it illegal to photograph
        someone in “a location where a reasonable
        person would believe that he could disrobe in
        privacy without being concerned that his
        undressing was being viewed, photographed or
        filmed by another.”
       New law (signed by governor last week) makes it
        illegal to photograph someone’s “intimate parts”
        without their knowledge for the “purpose of
        arousing or gratifying the sexual desire of any
        person.”
Privacy Policy, Law and Technology • Carnegie Mellon University • Fall 2005 • Lorrie Cranor • http://lorrie.cranor.org/courses/fa05/   8
                                          Transparent society
       The story of “Dog Poop Girl”
               •    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-
                    dyn/content/article/2005/07/06/AR2005070601953.ht
                    ml?sub=AR
               •    http://populargusts.blogspot.com/2005/07/dog-poop-
                    girl-redux.html


       Questions
               • Was it appropriate for this
                 incident to be photographed
                 and blogged?
               • Was it appropriate for people
                 who read the blog to identify
                 her and post her identity
               • Was it appropriate for people to
                 send harassing messages to
                 her and her family
               • Should there be limits on what
                 personal information can be
                 posted on the Internet and
                 archived forever?
Privacy Policy, Law and Technology • Carnegie Mellon University • Fall 2005 • Lorrie Cranor • http://lorrie.cranor.org/courses/fa05/   9

								
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