Conceptual and Regulatory Challenges
Edited by Tjerk Timan, Bryce C. Newell and Bert-Jaap Koops
Conclusion: the need for privacy in public space
The central theme in this chapter is how to think about and unravel the notion of privacy in public space. By means of examples of smart technologies that pose new privacy threats in public space, concepts such as boundaries, spheres and agency are posed as a read thread. By questioning the increase of privatization of public spaces, an essayistic outlook is given on privacy in public space and potential connected values that are at risk for both the individual and society at large. The chapter ends by providing conceptual directions on regulating privacy in smart public environments.
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