The Art of Intervenability for Privacy Engineering

Marit Hansen, Data Protection, Privacy, , Transparency (DPPT'15), Jun 02, 2015
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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This keynote address (24 page PDF) extends our understanding of privacy and security of personal data. The classical IT security protection goals are confidentiality, integrity and availability. These don't go away. But in addition there are three other goals: unlinkability (privacy-relevant data cannot be linked across domains), transparency (measures can be understood and reconstructed at any time), and intervenability. This last is the subject of the talk. Intervenability means the possibility of intervention in proivacy-affecting processes. It includes, for example: right of access to data about oneself, the right to object, protection from automated decisions, giving and withdrawing consent, and the ability to lodge complaints.

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