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public surveilance by Mind Map: public surveilance

1. cont. privacy policy framework

1.1. irreconcilable

2. contextual integrity

2.1. appropriate benchmark of privacy

2.2. universal account of measures

2.2.1. restrictive

2.2.2. privacy motivates

2.2.3. not conditioned by

2.2.3.1. time

2.2.3.2. location

2.3. right to privacy

2.3.1. express as dichotomy

2.3.2. non-sensitive

2.3.3. sensitive

2.3.4. private/public

2.3.5. gov/private

2.4. no areas of life ungoverned by laws of info flow

2.5. contexts

2.5.1. approrpiateness

2.5.2. distribution

2.6. values

2.6.1. restriction

2.6.1.1. prevention of info harm

2.6.1.2. information inequality

2.6.1.3. autonomy

2.6.1.4. freedom

2.6.1.5. preserv. human relationships

2.6.1.6. democracy

2.6.2. unconstraint

2.6.2.1. freedom of speech

2.6.2.2. pursuit of wealth

2.6.2.3. efficiency

2.6.2.4. security

3. examples

3.1. consumer profiling, data mining

3.1.1. not confidential/sensitive

3.1.2. storage, aggregation, analysis, mining

3.2. public records online

3.2.1. info already available

3.2.2. local becomes global

3.3. rfids

3.3.1. info from public/open spaces

3.3.2. ez pass, video surv., face recog, cookies

3.3.3. auto gathering

3.4. intepretations

3.4.1. difference of opinions

3.4.1.1. helpful for tech dev

3.4.2. moral values

4. privacy

4.1. info about people

4.2. not about groups

5. conventional principles

5.1. restricting access info

5.1.1. intimate

5.1.2. sensitive

5.1.3. confidential

5.1.4. nature of info

5.1.5. entitlement of secrecy

5.2. curtailing intrusion

5.2.1. spaces

5.2.2. personal

5.2.3. private

5.2.4. location

5.3. gray areas

5.4. protecting privacy

5.4.1. individuals

5.4.2. government agents

5.4.3. intrusion

5.4.4. agent