Value of Privacy, Security, and Accountability

20 Pages Posted: 14 Oct 2015

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Michael Katell

University of Washington, The Information School

Adam D. Moore

University of Washington - The Information School

Date Written: October 13, 2015

Abstract

Anthology Introduction: In bringing together leading scholars to address the tensions between privacy, security, and accountability, this anthology is intended to address the thorny value propositions of an increasingly interconnected and monitored society. Our hope is that by clarifying the moral, legal, and social foundations of privacy, security, and accountability, we can move towards determining the appropriate balance between these contested values. Advances in information technology development have introduced concerns and considerations that simply weren’t on the minds of most people as little as twenty years ago. The capabilities, opportunities, and anxieties being articulated by the authors in this collection are novel, ethically complex, and badly in need of sustained inquiry. We begin by providing an overview of the values under study.

Suggested Citation

Katell, Michael and Moore, Adam D., Value of Privacy, Security, and Accountability (October 13, 2015). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2673758 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2673758

Michael Katell

University of Washington, The Information School ( email )

Seattle, WA
United States

Adam D. Moore (Contact Author)

University of Washington - The Information School ( email )

Box 352840
Mary Gates Hall, Ste. 370
Seattle, WA 98195
206.685.9937 (Phone)

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