Cambridge University Press
In Digital Data Collection and Information Privacy Law (PDF); Mark Burdon debates for the reformulation of information privacy law to regulate new power outcomes of ubiquitous data collection. Scrutinizing developing business models; based on collections of sensor data – with an emphasis on the ‘smart home’ – Burdon shows the challenges that are ascending for information privacy’s control-model and its application of principled protections of personal information exchange. By reformulating information privacy’s key role of individual control as an interrupter of modulated power; Burdon offers a foundation for future law reform and calls for stronger information privacy law protections. This ebook should be read by anyone interested in the role of privacy in a world of ubiquitous and pervasive data collection.
‘Mark Burdon retells us that being ‘smart’ does not mechanically equate to being careful of the power relations that inhere in our data-driven environments. This important ebook supplies a roadmap for operationalizing privacy in a world where everything is linked and collected.’ — Julie E. Cohen; Mark Claster Mamolen Professor of Law and Technology; Georgetown Law
‘Mark Burdon offers an instrumental response to the challenge posed to our legal and historical conceptions of privacy by a rapidly-changing; data-hungry information environment. This is a groundbreaking and important work that develops an original quiver of ideas for rethinking privacy guidelines in the surveillance economy. It will be foundational for rebuilding what we mean when we talk about confidentiality for years to come.’ — Mark Andrejevic; Monash University
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