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John Wunderlich
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Privacist, Jazz fan, & occasional photographer
Privacist, Jazz fan, & occasional photographer

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Privacy as public policy in the early 21st century is about money, power and control. When Alan Westin described privacy as the ability to determine for ourselves when, how, and to what extent information about us is communicated to others it was correct as far as it went. But this is no longer a sufficient definition to move forward in defining appropriate public policy for the protection of personal information. It does not address the needs or demands of the other stakeholders in the personal information infrastructure.

If you were going to write a privacy regulators mandate today, what would be the key elements?

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It's never been a better time to be rich, as long as you have no conscience, no children, and no empathy. But wait, isn't that why CEO's are four times more likely than the population to have psychopathic tendencies?

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