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Response: The Uses and (Potential) Abuses of Contextual Integrity

Hey everyone Helen Nissenbaum’s Privacy in Context critically explores the intricate network of concerns governing contemporary discussions about privacy. At the heart of her argument is a framework she refers to as “contextual integrity”, or the notion that people’s attitudes toward privacy are more complex than a binary between the permissive and the restrictive. Instead, … Continue reading

Summary: Helen Nissenbaum’s Privacy in Context, Ch. 4-6

Chapter 4: Locating the Value in Privacy Ruth Gavison (1980) argues that a neutral conception of privacy, without any inherent value judgements, is important because it allows us to discuss privacy independently of whether that privacy is good or bad, acknowledging that different levels of privacy may be better or worse in different contexts Jeroen … Continue reading