By Katherine J. Strandburg, Daniela Stan Raicu
Privacy and applied sciences of identification: A Cross-Disciplinary dialog presents an outline of how within which technological alterations bring up privateness issues. It then addresses 4 significant parts of know-how: RFID and site monitoring expertise; biometric know-how, facts mining; and matters with anonymity and authentication of id. some of the chapters are written with the non-specialist in brain, looking to teach a various viewers at the "basics" of the expertise and the legislation and to show the promise and perils of every expertise for privateness. the cloth during this booklet offers an interface among felony and coverage ways to privateness and applied sciences that both threaten or increase privacy.
This publication grew out of the autumn 2004 CIPLIT(r) Symposium on privateness and identification: The Promise and Perils of a Technological Age, co-sponsored by means of DePaul University's collage of legislations and college of computing device technological know-how, Telecommunications and knowledge platforms. The Symposium introduced jointly prime researchers in complicated know-how and top thinkers from the legislations and coverage arenas, a lot of whom have contributed chapters to the ebook. just like the Symposium, the booklet seeks to give a contribution to a talk between technologists, attorneys, and policymakers approximately how most sensible to deal with the demanding situations to privateness that come up from fresh technological advances.