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Bachelor/Master-Seminar - The Value of Privacy (IN0014, IN2107, IN4933) 
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Seminar
2
Wintersemester 2018/19
Informatik 24 - Professur für Cyber Trust (Prof. Grossklags)
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What does privacy mean? What values do we address when we speak of privacy? How do these different values relate to each other? Is there a commercial value of privacy? Are privacy and security trade-offs? Overall, how can we protect the right to privacy in a digitalized society? Recently, in light of several global data breach scandals, such questions have become the subject of intense debate in the public, in academia, industry, and law. The aim of this seminar is to first explore the different conceptualizations of privacy from literature in law, sociology, philosophy, policy, and privacy enhancing technology. Second, students will review how current digital technologies, in particular, machine learning and big data methods in social media, online behavioural advertising, or intelligent personal assistants (and others) influence and shape our understanding of privacy. In order to complete the seminar successfully, students are required to prepare a presentation and, if desired, hand in an 10-12 page report.
Students are expected to thoroughly prepare relevant literature. General interest in
interdisciplinary privacy topics thererfore highly desirable.
Students are expected to deliver a concise report and a
comprehensive presentation about their findings.
  • Englisch
  • Deutsch

See general description of IN0014
(https://campus.tum.de/tumonline/WBMODHB.wbShowMHBRead
Only?pKnotenNr=480229&pOrgNr=14189) and IN2106
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Pointers to relevant literature will be provided for the individual
topics. Participants are expected to identify additional relevant
literature (from academic and other sources).
The seminar will meet for 1 introductory session at
the beginning of the semester. The presentation of
results will follow in the second half of the semester in
the form of longer seminar sessions (Blocktermine).
Students are expected to deliver a concise report and
a comprehensive presentation about their findings.
The exact timeline will be discussed in the
introductory sessions. Collaboration in two-person
teams is possible with agreement of the instructor.