Privacy isn't dead, or at least it shouldn't be

Monday, 16 July 2007, 12:03 AM EST

As security concerns mount, networks proliferate and ever more data move online, personal privacy and anonymity are often the first casualties. For the Insights story, "A Little Privacy, Please," appearing in the August 2007 issue of Scientific American, Chip Walter sat down with Carnegie Mellon computer scientist Latanya Sweeney, who discusses the new threats to privacy and ways to fight identity theft and other misuse of information.

At Scientific American.

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