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The Significance of the Frontier: Why Privacy and Cybersecurity Clash

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James Andrew Lewis, The Significance of the Frontier: Why Privacy and Cybersecurity Clash (Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)) (June 15, 2011) (full-text).

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The internet diminishes privacy. Perhaps it will ultimately destroy it. The effect of digital technology on an individual's ability to control personal data raises serious concerns, but does disappearing privacy also mean the end of civil liberties? Not necessarily, and understanding how to preserve political liberties while privacy shrinks is an essential task for the digital future.

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