Category Archives: Internet Privacy

Registration open for TERENA / SURFnet security, privacy and trust workshop

Security, privacy and trust are among the hottest topics in research and education networking. Because it’s important to collaborate internationally, national research and education networking (NREN) organisations are invited to attend the NREN Security Strategy Workshop that will be held … Continue reading

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From Anonymity to Privacy

Przemek Jaroszewski suggested that we need a new approach to privacy on-line: actually trying to achieve privacy, rather than anonymity. Privacy is a very basic human instinct: a need to have control over information about what happens in our private … Continue reading

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Building Privacy In

An interesting presentation from the Internet Society described how the IETF is responding to increased public and developer concern with Internet privacy. Privacy is  about individuals being able to control the dissemination and use of their information: secrecy is about … Continue reading

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