プライバシーなどク◯喰らえ

no extension

(タイトルは釣りです)

この辺の話はもっとじっくり考えたいので,今回は簡単に引用だけ。

The point is that it doesn’t matter which technology is used to identify people. That there currently is no comprehensive database of heartbeats or gaits doesn’t make the technologies that gather them any less effective. And most of the time, it doesn’t matter if identification isn’t tied to a real name. What’s important is that we can be consistently identified over time. We might be completely anonymous in a system that uses unique cookies to track us as we browse the Internet, but the same process of correlation and discrimination still occurs. It’s the same with faces; we can be tracked as we move around a store or shopping mall, even if that tracking isn’t tied to a specific name. And that anonymity is fragile: If we ever order something online with a credit card, or purchase something with a credit card in a store, then suddenly our real names are attached to what was anonymous tracking information.
via Modern Mass Surveillance: Identify, Correlate, Discriminate - Schneier on Security

以前に Twitter で呟いたが

のである。

参考図書

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超監視社会
ブルース・シュナイアー (著), 池村 千秋 (翻訳)
草思社 2016-12-13 (Release 2017-02-03)
Kindle版
B01MZGVHOA (ASIN)

実は積ん読のまま読んでない。そろそろちゃんと最後まで読まないと。

reviewed by Spiegel on 2019-03-23 (powered by PA-APIv5)