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Tag Archives: Privacy
Location-based services may be a hard sell.
How will our location-based services be perceived by the public? Will our smart web maps be seen as black magic? Continue reading
Posted in Data, Google, Privacy, Technology, Web Mapping Tagged geolocation, gps, Location-based Services, magic, Privacy 2 Comments
Equality in Data: Should personal addresses be redacted?
Just because you have a hammer doesn’t mean you’re going to start hitting people with it. Intentionally crippling a web service and reducing accessibility should always be seen as a major step backwards. Continue reading
Posted in Data, Government, In the News, OPRA, Privacy, Technology Tagged FOIA, Internet, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, opra, Privacy Comments Off on Equality in Data: Should personal addresses be redacted?
GIS and the expectation of privacy
GIS is considered by some to be an invasive technology. Even though some of the “invasive” data like lot lines and ownership are in the public domain, the easy access to large data stores of personal information is a cause … Continue reading
Posted in Google, In the News, OPRA, Privacy Tagged Google, legal, Privacy, street view 2 Comments