"While some of the professors criticize the monitoring program as one that invades their privacy, the University of California has responded that “privacy perishes in the absence of security.” It’s part of the larger challenge that fast-moving technology poses for social values. Every day, corporations, government agencies and universities must balance the need for computer security with the expected right to privacy of the people who use their networks. In different settings, there are different rules, expectations and levels of threat. “We’re really just starting to sort out the risks and rules for digital security and data collection and use,” said Elana Zeide, a privacy expert at New York University’s Information Law Institute."
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
At Berkeley, a New Digital Privacy Protest; New York Times, 2/1/16
Steve Lohr, New York Times; At Berkeley, a New Digital Privacy Protest: