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Daily Dashboard | Nissenbaum on why consent isn't the issue Related reading: How the Washington Privacy Act stacks up to the CCPA

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In an interview with the Harvard Business Review, Cornell Tech Professor of Information Science Helen Nissenbaum spoke about the concept of consent, the definition of privacy, and why privacy presents a moral issue. “I respectfully but strongly disagree with my colleagues who believe that incremental improvement in consent mechanisms is the solution,” Nissenbaum said. “It’s time to stop bashing our heads against a brick wall figuring out how to perfect a consent mechanism when the productive approach is articulating appropriate constraints on dataflow that distributes costs and benefits fairly and promotes the purposes and values of social domains: health, democracy, education, commerce, friends and family, and so on.”
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