This is the second in a two-part series (read Part I here)looking at the ethics of intimate surveillance. In part one, I explained what was meant by the term ‘intimate surveillance’, gave some examples of digital technologies that facilitate intimate surveillance, and looked at what I take to be the major argument in favour of this practice (the argument from autonomy).
You probably think cameras couldn’t get much more convenient than the one built into your smartphone, but Sony has just submitted a patent application for a camera small enough to fit within a contact lens worn directly on the human eyeball. It’s actually not the first time we’ve seen a contact [...]
It has been over four years in the making but the EU Parliament and Council have finally approved the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) after the EU Council of Ministers approved the final text last week.
“Burr-Feinstein may be the most insane thing I've ever seen seriously offered as a piece of legislation. It is ‘do magic’ in legalese,” tweeted Julian Sanchez, a senior Cato Institute fellow studying privacy and technology.
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