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Privacy by Design

I would like to believe. I want to believe.
I think most things should be proactive, that we should work to avoid the pretense of false dichotomie, and I love the idea of transparency. But then, I don't think anyone actually worries how I am dealing with their personal data because I don't collect personal data on this site.
I can't understand how transparency will work if proprietary code is held as secret and sacrosanct. There are many cases in law that show, either with forethought or inadvertenly, individual privacy is held in contempt when seen as being in conflict with commercial or govermental concerns. And then, of course there is "complexity fatigue." So how do these 7 foundational principles enter into web practices in a real and meaningful way?
The objectives of Privacy by Design — ensuring privacy and gaining personal control over one’s information and, for organizations, gaining a sustainable competitive advantage — may be accomplished by practicing...Read more