This technical note begins with the dissolution of the “Google Privacy and the Internet” case (UV1354) (disturbed by the agency in response to Charlie it occurs), and then discusses the privacy issues of the case addresses. Although “privacy” is a difficult concept to define, academics and social commentators continue with this definition and the value of the struggle “privacy”. For an individual, privacy is an important factor in determining the autonomy and independence. Thi … Read more »

This technical note begins with the dissolution of the “Google Privacy and the Internet” case (UV1354) (disturbed by the agency in response to Charlie it occurs), and then discusses the privacy issues of the case addresses. Although “privacy” is a difficult concept to define, academics and social commentators continue with this definition and the value of the struggle “privacy”. For an individual, privacy is an important factor in determining the autonomy and independence. This technical note describes the concept of privacy from a utilitarian and a Kantian perspective.
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Jared Harris,
Jenny Mead,
Joan Denoncour,
Edward Heffernan,
Rahul Koranne,
Jake Marxen,
Thomas Neu,
Narayanan Sundaresan
3 pages.
Release Date: 13 March 2009. Prod #: UV1355-PDF-ENG
Google and online privacy: Ethical Theory HBR case solution