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0. Preamble

This WikiPrivacy (an oxymoron?) page is an Objective, emerging effort at addressing some of the many facets of this gem of a subject.

All contributions and suggestions are welcome.

2004-11-17

2004-10-24 Current musings:

Please add links to pages that are in any way related. Ideally, it should be possible to review these pages and integrate their related statements into this Topic's persepective.


1. Foreword

1.1. Objectives:

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1.2. Page news (as of 2004-10-24)

It may be observed that:

1.3. This Page has several other purposes:

Interesting effect(s) that are apparent include:

1.4. Active participants

Any and all Interested Parties are more than welcome.


2. Table Of Contents

1. Foreword
1.1. Objectives:
1.2. Page news (as of 2004-10-24)
1.3. This Page has several other purposes:
1.4. Active participants
2. Table Of Contents
3. Summary
4. Introduction
4.1. (draft) Problem statement
5. Findings:
5.1. Status:
5.1.1. "Past" (prior) research:
5.1.1.1. Related pages that should be reviewed:
5.1.2. "This" (current) considerations:
5.1.2.1. Preliminary preparation.
5.1.2.2. Initial considerations:
5.1.2.2.1. Community 'Right To Know' versus Privacy Rights of an Individual.
5.1.2.2.2. Privacy impedes the development of Trust based on knowledge of (expected) behaviour.
5.1.2.2.3. Are Privacy Rights breached when Subjects choose to reveal information?
5.1.2.2.4. Privacy is different than WikiSecrecy.
5.1.2.2.5. Privacy is a multi-faceted issue that probably cannot be contained by even a 'Deep' Page.
5.1.2.2.6. ...
5.1.2.2.7. level 7 test
5.1.3. "Next" steps:
5.1.3.1. Brainstorming segment
5.1.3.2. ....
5.2. Observations:
6. Conclusions
7. Recommendations
8. Appendices:
8.1. Snippets:
8.2. ChangeHistory
9. End Notes
9.1. Editing notes:


3. Summary

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4. Introduction

"The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ,
Moves on: nor all your Piety nor Wit
Shall lure it back to cancel half a Line,
Nor all your Tears wash out a Word of it."

-- the rubaiyat - omar khayyam - 11th century.
(or, perhaps more accurately, The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam by Edward FitzGerald?)

This page was launched as a result of being identified as a common interest by people prepared to engage in some BrainStorming. It is called 'Wiki'Privacy since inevitably our views will be affected by the fact that we are collaborating in a wiki environment and have considerable experience with these technologies and communities.

4.1. (draft) Problem statement

The foucs of this page and its contributors may need to be defined explicitly. To help establish this, we could start by creating some Problem Statement(s) that we may then generate suggested solutions to.

I would appreciate aving any links to related pages added to this list. After all, I know there is an awful lot of related content here that I have not yet even found.

The following 'Initial considerations' may be helpful in formulating a problem statement.


5. Findings:

5.1. Status:

5.1.1. "Past" (prior) research:

5.1.1.1. Related pages that should be reviewed:

5.1.2. "This" (current) considerations:

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5.1.2.1. Preliminary preparation.

This page's 'rigorous' structure has been imposed to make it as conformable as possible with its common facets that appears in other environments.

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5.1.2.2. Initial considerations:

These 'pre-view' bullets are a very preliminary attempt to list a few of the facets that probably should be considered:

snippets to be refined:

5.1.2.2.1. Community 'Right To Know' versus Privacy Rights of an Individual.

...

5.1.2.2.2. Privacy impedes the development of Trust based on knowledge of (expected) behaviour.

...

5.1.2.2.3. Are Privacy Rights breached when Subjects choose to reveal information?

5.1.2.2.4. Privacy is different than WikiSecrecy?.

...

5.1.2.2.5. Privacy is a multi-faceted issue that probably cannot be contained by even a 'Deep' Page.

The WikiPrivacyDisscussion? page has been created, anticipating that this page will overflow or that its relatively elaborate structure may impede posting.

5.1.2.2.6. ...

People are more than welcome to add items at any level what so ever.

5.1.2.2.7. level 7 test

This is purely a test to assess the value of a level 7 heading in this usemod environment. It confirms that level 7 headings (and further levels) are not suported here, just as they are not supported in the strict definitions of html.

In the case of level 7, it is renedered as if it is a level 6.


5.1.3. "Next" steps:

5.1.3.1. Brainstorming segment

Based on learning in WikiBrainstorming and ProblemSolving, it may be more appropriate to have a 'brainstorm' segment in this page rather than to label the whole page as a 'Brainstorm' page. Alternatively, WikiPrivacyChat? could be used as a mini sandbox to discuss current items.

As an alternative, the WikiPrivacyDiscussion? page includes a Brainstorming page Tag. ...


5.1.3.2. ....

5.2. Observations:

6. Conclusions

7. Recommendations

8. Appendices:

8.1. Snippets:

WikiPrivacy may well be an oxymoron since on the the internet, deja vue and google have really proven that:

8.2. ChangeHistory

My style of editing this page may require an internal revision history. This is likely because I find myself making minor edits (as opportunities present themselves) to avoid cluttering Recent Changes. Then, about once a week, I Post the page in order to churn it and remind myself of the obligation to keep enhancing its value.

Obviously, this wiki's Previous Versions can be used to see the timestamps, but this leaves me wanting an easy Summary of the minor edits that I thence plan to accumulate here, at least to test the value of this idea.


9. End Notes

9.1. Editing notes:

I have imposed an arbitrary Business Report style structure on the initial versions of this page, simply because I happen to:

Points to (re(consider):


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