Why Privacy (usually) Needs Anonymity

Presented by

George Rosamond

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Privacy finally earned its legitimate place in the world of the technology despite years of being dismissed as the domain of the paranoid or the guilty. But strong privacy often requires what some consider its nefarious sibling, anonymity. Is collecting so much identifying data about users really critical to security? This presentation will approach how strong privacy enhancing technologies should also be appreciating the necessity of anonymity, or at least pseudonymity, in their design.

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