Going beyond current books on privacy and security, Unauthorized Access: The Crisis in Online Privacy and Security proposes specific solutions to public policy issues pertaining to online privacy and security. Requiring no technical or legal expertise, the book explains complicated concepts in clear, straightforward language. The authorsatwo renowned experts on computer security and lawaexplore the well-established connection between social norms, privacy, security, and technological structure. This approach is the key to understanding information security and informational privacy, providing a practical framework to address ethical and legal issues. The authors also discuss how rapid technological developments have created novel situations that lack relevant norms and present ways to develop these norms for protecting informational privacy and ensuring sufficient information security. Bridging the gap among computer scientists, economists, lawyers, and public policy makers, this book provides technically and legally sound public policy guidance about online privacy and security. It emphasizes the need to make trade-offs among the complex concerns that arise in the context of online privacy and security.In many important cases, such as Facebook or Gmail (or Yahoo Mail or Microsofta#39;s Hotmail or Outlook.com), you must log in with a ... For instance, at the time of this writing, one must log in to see anything beyond the front page at the New York Times website. ... Every packet (chunk of data) sent in each direction of every conversation between a web browser and a website includes both the ... However, all that mode does is to stop recording certain information on your own computer;anbsp;...
|Author||:||Robert H. Sloan, Richard Warner|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2013-07-15|