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Privacy: Front and Center
Found in: IEEE Security & Privacy
By Ann Cavoukian,Alan Davidson,Ed Felton,Marit Hansen,Susan Landau,Anna Slomovic
Issue Date:September 2012
pp. 10-15
In the 10 years since IEEE Security & Privacy's initial launch, privacy has moved from being a side story occasionally covered in the newspaper to a central issue of our times. With the Internet, through the rise of online social networks, track...
 
Advancing privacy and security in computing, networking and systems innovations through privacy by design
Found in: Proceedings of the 2009 Conference of the Center for Advanced Studies on Collaborative Research (CASCON '09)
By Ann Cavoukian, Michelle Chibba
Issue Date:November 2009
pp. 358-360
When technology and personal information intersect; as they will in areas such as cloud computing, business intelligence and smart interactions, privacy issues arise. Protecting privacy provides technology companies with a competitive advantage -- good pri...
     
The media and privacy: friend, foe or folly?
Found in: Proceedings of the tenth conference on Computers, freedom and privacy: challenging the assumptions (CFP '00)
By Ann Cavoukian
Issue Date:April 2000
pp. 195-196
Signal-to-noise ration and amount frequent subrange a partition spectrum of speech signal vocoders of system is analyzed with the purpose deriving a minimum transfer of rate signal.
     
Privacy commissioners: powermongers, pragmatists or patsies?
Found in: Proceedings of the tenth conference on Computers, freedom and privacy: challenging the assumptions (CFP '00)
By Ann Cavoukian
Issue Date:April 2000
pp. 137-139
Signal-to-noise ration and amount frequent subrange a partition spectrum of speech signal vocoders of system is analyzed with the purpose deriving a minimum transfer of rate signal.
     
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