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» privacy from Steve Gets A Life
well it looks like today is a good day for blogging. here is another good post from Chrisopher Allen. this guy's blog is great, go read it, add it to your RSS feed, whatever. The term privacy seems to be... [Read More]

» Four kinds of privacy from Preoccupations
Defensive privacy is the first form: it's about protecting information about myself that makes me vulnerable or makes me feel at risk. This type of information can include things like my social security number, my credit report, or non-financial things [Read More]

» Four Kinds of Privacy from Smart Mobs

About the nature of privacy Christopher Allen distinguishes defensive, human-rights, personal and contextual privacy.

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» Manifestations of Privacy from WorldChanging: Another World Is Here
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» Two on Internet Privacy & Identity from netmeme
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» Christopher Allen on Privacy from pc4media
As always, Christopher Allen has an awesomely thorough post. This one is on privacy. I've mentioned before in my discussions on eurekster, that the balance between privacy and improved personalization on the web needs to be continuously questioned and ... [Read More]

» Christopher Allen's four flavors of privacy from Hasten down the wire
Christopher Allen has been thinking a lot about privacy lately, especially in relation to social networking software. Allen understands the concepts of privacy related to networked environments at a very deep level, noting that even when he was develop... [Read More]

» 4 kinds of Privacy from linking INTEGRITY
exploration of types of privacy [Read More]

» 4 Formas de Privacidad from Reality Bites
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» Wikis Anonymous from Many-to-Many
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» Wikis in Academia from RocknGo
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» Privacy, transparency and reputation systems from Preoccupations
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» Espaces Grand Ouverts -- Translators Wanted from Abject Learning
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» Four kinds of privacy from Reloade Journal
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» 4 Formas de Privacidad from Reality Bites
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Carolyn L Burke

Your exploration of types of privacy has been posted on the Linking Integrity Blog.

ebhdoc

I came across this post looking for an information taxonomy in general and a taxonomy of identity in particular.

I'd like to know if you have any thoughts on the subject - or your readers.

As a beginning:
Civil identity information

Social identity information

Role identity information

Biometric identity information

Transaction identity information

Thanks!

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