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Jan 152011
 

This is the temporary landing page for privacy.nstic.us – please check back soon.

Jan 132011
 

These events are happening on Monday, January 19th in Washington, DC.  Use the eventbrite links below for more information and to register for participation.

Morning Event: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/1175506973/

Afternoon Event: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/1176327427/

The afternoon event will include a deeper look at comparison tools for Fair Information Practices.

Jan 112011
 

Original member of the NSTIC.US organizing team Aaron Titus has recently published on his personal blog a new evaluation of the problems and prospects related to NSTIC:

NSTIC at a Crossroads

The comments are starting to take off and his post is clearly generating some great dialog. In his post, Aaron argues that the technology which enables NSTIC is privacy-agnostic.  The technology will permit (but not require) NSTIC to enhance privacy, but it may just as easily be used to subvert privacy.  He argues that in the most likely scenario,

Jan 112011
 

Original member of the NSTIC.US organizing team Aaron Titus has recently published a new evaluation of the problems and prospects related to NSTIC on his blog: Because I am Here. 

NSTIC at a Crossroads

The comments are starting to take off and his post is clearly generating some great dialog. In his post, Aaron argues that the technology which enables NSTIC is privacy-agnostic.  The technology will permit (but not require) NSTIC to enhance privacy, but it may just as easily be used to subvert privacy.  He argues that in the most likely scenario,