Today I was notified that I was named as an IAPP Fellow of Information Privacy. I’m honored and humbled to be a part of this organization’s inaugural class of Fellows. You can read more about this designation here. The list of IAPP Fellows is here.
In 1935, Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger devised the thought experiment known as Schrödinger’s Cat. It’s a gruesome but pretend experiment where we place a cat in a cage (sometimes a box) with a device that could randomly release a poison that is capable of killing the cat. However, it may also never release the poisonContinue reading “Schrödinger’s Christmas”
I recently had the privilege to have some discussions with fellow members of a privacy-oriented group. They were mostly lawyers, and after a series of discussions we waded into the current disapprovals over Nordstrom’s practice of tracking people by Wifi (see here for more on this). Basically its the implied consent that seems to be getting people up in arms. That and thisContinue reading “Despite all my rage…”