Query : privacy
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Modeling optical fiber space division multiplexed quantum key distribution systems
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Article : « Menaces sur l'intime », Christian Godin, 23 mars 2013, Marianne文评：勾旦：“亲密所遭受的威脅”
the desire for transparency and the thirst of visibility to the obscene have rendered the preservation of privacy and the sense of secrecy obsolete. The philosopher François Jullien gives them a second chance in his new book: “Of the intimate. Far from the noisy Amour”. Intimate is a widowed idea in...
Enhancing the privacy risk awareness of teenagers in online social networks through soft-paternalism mechanisms
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Personalized Data Set for Analysis
Data Management portfolio within an organization has seen an upsurge in initiatives for compliance, security, repurposing and storage within and outside the organization. When such initiatives are being put to practice care must be taken while granting access to data repositories for analysis and mi...
For a typological approach to xvia-century battle painting
Battle painting is a poorly known and unappreciated gender. The production of this paint is often perceived as homogeneous and rebarbatory. Frequently ignoring the tenants and outcomes of the battle represented, the viewer is in front of an anonymous image that does not speak to him. In addition, ba...
Digital means and rights: perspectives for young people with cancer
This article presents the results of an exploratory study on the uses and perceptions of digital media by young Portuguese people who have or have had cancer disease, using the theoretical framework of children’s rights, digital literacy and media health literacy. To discuss in particular how young...
Forensics as a service interface in cloud computing
This paper introduces and describes the notion of 'Forensics as a Service' (FraaS), an interface integrated into cloud architectures for the purpose of forensic investigations involving cloud environments. The interface is designed to address a class of well?known legal, technical, and privacy conce...
From impossible physical privacy to ethical provocation: The subversive power of prison heterotopia in Genet
The representation of the prison universe plays a considerable role in the genetian work, both intra textual — the prison is the writing matrix of a number of pieces or novels — but also at the extra-textual level, since the prison is an integral part of the genetian legend. Between literary omnipre...
Be a nurse in 2012: changes and paradoxes. An ethical reflection between disorder (s) and order (s)
What is a nurse in 2012? It is a presence at the heart of our privacy, care for our vulnerability, support until the whole of our lives and even after. This immemorial care remains the basis of the job. It is a care that calls for the past to look for a future, empathy and proxaemia trying to erase...
Respect for the personal privacy of the elderly
Office complex in El Cabanyal
Project of an office complex located in Valencia. The project focuses on providing a functional response to the urban environment in which it is located. It has been designed to meet the needs of the user, promoting accessibility, integration and relations with professionals. The proposed basic prog...
Opinion to be published: Sexuality and Handicaps
In connection with the House of Human Sciences in Lorraine, the University Presses of Nancy will shortly publish a book entitled: Sexuality and Handicaps, Privacy Issues, led by Alain Giami, Bruno Py and Anne-Marie Toniolo. A bit of teasing (click on images to enlarge them)
Datasets for Technology Enhanced Learning
The workshop was motivated by the issue that very less educational datasets are publicly available in TEL, so that the outcomes of different TEL adaptive applications and recommender systems that support personalised learning are hardly comparable. In other domains like in e-commerce it is a common...
Roma families and the protection of privacy
National hearing Chez the Gypsies Groups, the preservation of the line between the group and the “outside” (In-Group/out-group) requires intimate bans, especially for women. The group regulates the intimate practices of its members and thus monitors the roles of each. Knowing that these bans should...
Set of guidelines for persuasive interfaces: organization and validation of the criteria
International audience This study presents an attempt to organize and validate a set of guidelines to assess the persuasive characteristics of interfaces (web, software, etc.). Persuasive aspects of interfaces are a fast growing topic of interest; numerous website and application designers have unde...
Economic Analysis of International Law
The topics covered in this volume range from classics of the on-going discussion on the economic analysis of international law – such as the issue of legitimacy of customary international law – to more recent topics such as internet privacy, private military contractors, the fight against piracy, th...
For an approach to tactile perceptions in speech
This work focuses on a set of 135 short texts of testimony and imagination. It seeks to refute the apriorical argument that tactile sensations are little or non-communicable because some, if not all, languages do not have the necessary elements for their expression. Despite a lesser variety of tempe...
Legal profiles of Personal Health Records: patient self-management of health data between privacy and health protection
Legal profiles of Personal Health Records and patient self-management of health data between privacy and health protection
Vélib and data: a new way of inhabiting the city
The Vélib bike rental system is worth analyzing in order to understand how cities move out of a model of large infrastructures towards a personal service principle connected to digital traceability and mapping of all activities. The new offer of bikes distributed all over the city creates a new map...
Home health care: contributions from bioethics
Summary: The aim of this article is to consider the potential ethical challenges of home-based health care from a bioethical perspective. To this end, a literature review was carried out in the Lilacs database, descriptive work and conceptual analysis. The main results show that following an analyti...
The private Archive d’Avalos
The name of the Avalos reeves images of cruel battles and tragic stories of love, skips with the figures of great condoctiers and cultured and refined dams, feeds the legend of pleasant richness and luxury residences. The work of the scholars, who went into the dense selve of the descendants of Inni...
Metrics for privacy assessment when sharing information in online social networks
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Building a common world: interview with Amitai Etzioni
Né in Germany in Cologne in 1929, Amitai Etzioni is one of the most well-known public intellectual figures in the United States. As a sociologist, he taught at Columbia University and Harvard Business School and worked at the White House for Jimmy Carter before inspiring Tony Blair for his “Third Wa...
Do Identities Matter?
It is difficult to overstate the importance of identity in the digital age, as well as the importance of digitized information for identity. In order to advance security, liberty, and privacy in modern society, it is crucial to understand the nuances of what identity means and how it is used and abu...
The private world of workers
Between 1980 and 1985, a teacher in a town of Nord-Pas-de-Calais that was disrupted by the mining crisis, Olivier Schwartz lived in a working HLM city. Introduced by his inhabitants into the privacy of their families, he proposed to be the subject of an urban ethnography survey. The analysis then be...