Privacy...is it still a buzzword? Do you enjoy creating privacy statements ..let alone reading them on web sites? What about security? Concerned about that?
From 2001: a great series by "The cranky user: respecting user privacy"
- part 1: why privacy is a much-abused buzzword why privacy is a much-abused buzzword http://bit.ly/2xwd4h
- part 2: best ways of earning the trust of your users
- part 3: suggestions for implementing policies that work and discuss the importance of sticking by your policy
But what about today? This got my attention:
- IBM Discovers Encryption Scheme That Could Improve Cloud Security, Spam Filtering about the fully homomorphic encryption scheme. This breakthrough, known as "privacy homomorphism," or "fully homomorphic encryption," makes possible the deep and unlimited analysis of encrypted information — data that has been intentionally scrambled — without sacrificing confidentiality.
Technology keeps changing as do our needs for privacy and security. Every day a new discovery...a new idea...a new way to connect.... a new article on developerWorks. ..a new blog posting on My developerWorks.