Computers, Freedom, and Privacy 2011 Day 1: Teens and Data Retention

After the debate over the Do Not Track header (see “Computers, Freedom, and Privacy 2011 Day 1: “Do Not Track” Debate,” 14 June 2011), I managed to sit in on two other talks at the Computers, Freedom, and Privacy 2011 conference. The first, about teen attitudes toward privacy, was refreshing in that it’s clear that teenagers aren’t just clueless; they have significant — if different — beliefs about maintaining a public/private split in their lives. The second, about data retention policies, is one of those CFP conference topics that can make the most rational of us start lining our hats with tinfoil.

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