REGULATING AMBIENT INTELLIGENCE: THE ROAD TO PRIVACY IMPACT ASSESSMENT? Charles D. Raab University of Edinburgh firstname.lastname@example.org ISTAG AND SWAMI ISTAG Scenarios: deficiencies Emphasis on society and business; omits the public sector and the state Emphasis on ‘security’: misleading SWAMI scenarios: more searching, but… SWAMI safeguards: depth, but a catalogue TOWARDS A MORE HOLISTIC APPROACH Not just a ‘toolkit’: tools not ‘stand alone’ Interactions and dependencies Roles, relationships ad responsibilities Strapline: ‘Safeguards: Who Should Do What, when, and How?’ PRIVACY IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR AmI? Potentially useful process Emphasis on risk, but difficulties Precautionary principle? Implicit in SWAMI’s analyses of ‘threats and vulnerabilities’ in myriad contexts QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION 1. In regulating AmI, who should do what, when, and how? 2. What are the prospects of building privacy and other impact assessment into the development of AmI?
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