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"The IBM Privacy Research Institute is an organization within IBM Research to promote and advance research in privacy and data protection technology. Our goal is to develop technologies for enterprises to conduct e-business in privacy-enabling ways. The institute's research focuses on technologies for commercial applications, particularly for e-business."
"Dignity and autonomy of human subjects is the ethical basis of respect for the privacy of research subjects. Privacy is a fundamental value, perceived by many as essential for the protection and promotion of human dignity. Hence, the access, control and dissemination of personal information are essential to ethical research."
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"A refreshing viewpoint on the philosophical dimensions, including new looks at privacy and sexual assault, race, and newsroom ethics. In the end, casual reader and scholars will understand why privacy is an important value for human life." "McLean examines problem areas in which privacy invasions play, or have played, large roles. Rape and sexual offenses are analyzed; so, too, is news reporting that touches private matters and race relations." "Privacy and its Invasion also has a point to make: that privacy, despite its dark side, is an idea whose time has come, an ancient need that now requires explicit endorsement and protection as a value. A thought-provoking examination of something we have come to regard as a basic right, but a right under assault, this book is for all concerned with contemporary social and legal issues, civil liberties, and communications." - Privacy Journal
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