Information is built on top of single or aggregation of data, for quite a long time people use to think that cyberspace is a “black hole” without memory where you pour data without any side effect. Young generations shared on line sensitive information in order to access a videogame or chat with friends or more recently posted images and clips about their private life. In the “Appification” era there are almost no limits to data collection and reuse, “someone” knows exactly where you are now and where you have been, APPs may collect your medical data, fitness program, your expenses or collect and analyse your contacts, your photos or video clips. In recent times crowd data collection, open and big data, more or less anonymised, provided the big framework. We live in a world in which there are already countless sensors and smart objects around us, all the time. The car we drive, the phone in our pocket, our wristwatch, the clothes we wear, are smart and connected, then the concept of “private” becomes far more ephemeral. This is not enough, what it is not collected by APPs it will be collected in a seamless mode by IoT[2]; of course IoT will add a lot to our life but this will cost us a significant part of our privacy. Starting from all these aspects the paper will deal with main aspects concerning ownership, moral rights, privacy, ethics, legal framework, security, OSINT and more.

Data: ownership, use, abuse and misuse

RONCHI, ALFREDO
2017

Abstract

Information is built on top of single or aggregation of data, for quite a long time people use to think that cyberspace is a “black hole” without memory where you pour data without any side effect. Young generations shared on line sensitive information in order to access a videogame or chat with friends or more recently posted images and clips about their private life. In the “Appification” era there are almost no limits to data collection and reuse, “someone” knows exactly where you are now and where you have been, APPs may collect your medical data, fitness program, your expenses or collect and analyse your contacts, your photos or video clips. In recent times crowd data collection, open and big data, more or less anonymised, provided the big framework. We live in a world in which there are already countless sensors and smart objects around us, all the time. The car we drive, the phone in our pocket, our wristwatch, the clothes we wear, are smart and connected, then the concept of “private” becomes far more ephemeral. This is not enough, what it is not collected by APPs it will be collected in a seamless mode by IoT[2]; of course IoT will add a lot to our life but this will cost us a significant part of our privacy. Starting from all these aspects the paper will deal with main aspects concerning ownership, moral rights, privacy, ethics, legal framework, security, OSINT and more.
THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ON CYBERLAW, CYBERCRIME AND CYBERSECURITY VOLUME 1 ISSUE 1
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