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“The right to privacy online” (English translation of my op ed in the Danish newspaper Berlingske Tidende)

In 1992 the public gained access to the former Eastern Germany secret service Stasi archives. They consisted of 180 kilometers files and 35 million other documents, photos , audio, documents and taped phone conversations. The archives are evidence of a gigantic effort. Physical penetration into people’s homes, hours of interception and handling of information. Stasi was established in 1950. This was also the year the European Convention on Human Rights was defined (signed in 1953 ) . Two years before in 1948, the UN Declaration on Human Rights was signed. Both had and still have an article on the right to privacy.

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Privacy is the latest digital media business model (English translation of op ed in Politiken, August 2013)

– by Gry Hasselbalch

If you mentioned privacy and data protection in a discussion about digital media business innovation, data portability and social sharing a few years ago, you would most certainly have been viewed as a spoilsport. But do the same today and you might actually assert yourself as a great innovator.

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Digitale kløfter (“Digital divides”, op ed, Dagbladet Information)

En digital revolution har fundet sted. Den er fejet over landene, har forbundet dem med sitrende kabler og signaler og dannet et netværk af vigtige informationer. Den har ændret måden, mange af os kommunikerer, arbejder og lever på. Og den har ændret økonomiske såvel som politiske makrostrukturer.

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Uhyggeligt tæt på (“Uncannily close”, op ed, Dagbladet Information)

Verden føles mindre. Det geografisk afgrænsede rum er blevet til »flows« af ikke kun information og billeder, men også af mennesker. Hvad der engang var langt væk er nu både fysisk, og især symbolsk, gennem massemedierne, uhyggeligt tæt på. Afstand bliver derfor kulturel. Når traditionelle sociale og geografiske grænser nedbrydes, dannes nye symbolske grænser, og verden bliver i stedet inddelt i kulturelle territorier, der bliver tillagt værdi og mening gennem medierne…. Read the full article on www.information.dk

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