REDUX: NSTIC proposal crosses the pond, provokes privacy boundaries EU-US

Posted: May 18, 2011 in big data, data surveillance, NSTIC, WikiLeaks

EU considers Trusted Identity proposal of their own, grapples with citizen and global privacy

NETWORKWORLD: Trust, respect and personal datastores

“On the final day of last week’s European Identity Conference (EIC) I sat in on a workshop/presentation of the new Respect Trust Framework, which is being billed as a new approach to giving individuals control over their personal data shared over the Internet and mobile phone networks.”


Here is second life for news that matters: 

UN Proponent, Bill Clinton, wants “independent” news, Internet monitoring service.

U.S. Calls for Global Cybersecurity Strategy

New US International Cybersecurity Strategy Aims to Institute ‘Rule of Law’ on the Internet

Eleven Privacy and Civil Liberties Groups Urge U.S. to Uphold Privacy Values in E.U. Negotiations

Google chairman Schmidt promises privacy controls to UK over location privacy

Blackbird-DoD invents another clandestine, surveillance technology to “TTL” – tag, track and locate.

An Oxford study, policy of OSHA, yellow tag public health, medical surveillance [2000].


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