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Identity, Privacy and Ethics as Elements of Online Trust
 
 "After Snowden - the evolving landscape of privacy and technology"
(Robin Wilton - Journal Article, September 2017)
[pdf version]
 
NB - This is a pre-print version of an article subsequently published in the Journal of Information, Computing and Ethics in Society - JICES): the full, published article is available here.
 
 
 
 "Trust and Ethical Data Handling in the Healthcare Context"
(Robin Wilton - Journal Paper, September 2017)
[pdf version]
 
NB - This is a pre-print version of an article subsequently published by Springer-Nature: the full, published article is available here.
 
 
 
 "Four Ethical Issues in Online Trust"
 
This paper, written for the 2014 CAIDA workshop on research ethics, examines the three main philosophical models of ethics, and the challenges of applying them to problems of privacy and trust in the online world.
 
(Conference Paper, May 2014)
 
 
 
(Findings of the London/Basel Identity Summits, 2008)
 
This paper captures the fundamentals of digital identity and their relation to privacy. It summarises the findings of a series of workshops on that topic, held in the course of 2007-2008.
 
The principles and models produced by the workshops remain valid today, and are a useful conceptual framework for anyone getting to grips with identity and privacy in the digital world - especially in multi-stakeholder discussions.
 
 
Futureidentity Papers and Presentations
 
 
"Identifiers in Electronic Public Procurement"
 
(Sverre Bauck, Robin Wilton - Article for telektronikk magazine, Telenor Group, Norway) 
 
You are welcome to cite/quote from this article, but must include a link to the original telektronikk version.
 
 
 
 
(Robin Wilton - Slides for OTS 201 conference, Maribor, Slovenia, June 2010) [pdf version]
 
This is an evolution of previous presentations on a similar topic. It includes a slide on "Six Myths About Online Privacy" developed for the eema conference, London, June 2010.
 
You are welcome to re-use material from this presentation, but must give visible attribution to Future Identity Ltd.
 
 
 
What are the evolving privacy challenges, and what implications do they have for future technical and non-technical privacy measures?
 
(Robin Wilton - Presentation at Information Commissioner's DPO Conference, Salford, March 2010) [pdf version]
 
You are welcome to re-use material from this presentation, but must give visible attribution to Future Identity Ltd.
 
 
 
 "What's happened to PETs?"
(Robin Wilton - White Paper, August 2009)
[pdf version]
 
NB - This is a pre-print version of an article subsequently published in the Information Security Technical Report (ISTR): the full, published article, available here, is copyright Elsevier Ltd.
 
(Robin Wilton - Presentation at Burton Group Catalyst 2009, San Diego)
[pdf version]
 
You are welcome to re-use material from this presentation, but must give visible attribution to Future Identity Ltd.
 
 
(Robin Wilton - Presentation to the Butler Group Strategy Briefing, "IDM and Remote Access Security" - London, June 2009) [pdf version]
 
You are welcome to re-use material from this presentation, but must give visible attribution to Future Identity Ltd.
 
 
(Robin Wilton - Keynote address to the GSS Identity Management and Privacy conference, Johannesburg 2009) [pdf version]
 
You are welcome to re-use material from this presentation, but must give visible attribution to Future Identity Ltd. Re-use or publication of GSS logos or branding is only permitted with the prior approval of Global Security Solutions pty, South Africa.
 
 
(Susan Landau, Hubert Le Van Gong, Robin Wilton - Proceedings of the 2009 conference on Financial Cryptography and Security) [pdf version]
NB - this paper is covered by copyright; for anything other than personal use, permission must be obtained from the publisher.
 
 
(Robin Wilton - Pub. International Journal of Intellectual Property Management, Vol.2 No.4) [pdf version]
 
NB - this paper is covered by copyright; please contact the publisher for copies and consents. .
 
 
 

 
"@futureidentity excellent preso at #catalyst09 - especially enjoyed your understated style - thanks for sharing your preso"
 
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