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From: B.K. DeLong (bkdelongpobox.com)
Date: Mon Mar 16 2009 - 17:20:32 CDT
On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 3:22 PM, Sasha Romanosky
> I hadn't seen this posted yet, so here's the proposal for updating the CA
> breach law.
> What I find most interesting are the arguments opposed (2nd to last
> paragraph). Not that I believe them, necessarily, but that it would be a
> great to actually find some evidence either in favor or against them. I've
> seen a little bit of work related to whether people feel more or less
> comfortable disclosing information to a larger/smaller database, though
> nothing conclusive. I suspect the idea is that people might feel more secure
> with larger databases because of some twisted mental model of being 'lost in
> a crowd' which likely doesn't hold well in the digital medium.
Since they're doing FOIAs, I'd be curious what folks from the
DatalossDB/OSF think of the proposed changes.
B.K. DeLong (K3GRN)
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