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Privacy By Design: Moving From Art to Practice


whole-body security scanner

Members of staff are seen demonstrating a new whole-body security scanner at Manchester Airport, Manchester, England, in January 2010. Airline passengers bound for the United States faced a hodgepodge of security measures across Europe and airports did not appear to be following a U.S. request for increased screening of passengers from 14 countries.

Credit: Jon Super / Associated Press

Designing privacy into systems at the beginning of the development process necessitates the effective translation of privacy principles, models, and mechanisms into system requirements.

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