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Remembering and Forgetting in the Digital Age

Edited by: Herbert Burkert, Urs Gasser, Peter Hettich

ISBN13: 9783319902296
Published: September 2018
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Switzerland
Format: Hardback
Price: £119.99



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This book examines the fundamental question of how legislators and other rule-makers should handle remembering and forgetting information (especially personally identifiable information) in the digital age. It encompasses such topics as privacy, data protection, individual and collective memory, and the right to be forgotten when considering data storage, processing and deletion.

The authors argue in support of maintaining the new digital default, that (personally identifiable) information should be remembered rather than forgotten. The book offers guidelines for legislators as well as private and public organizations on how to make decisions on remembering and forgetting personally identifiable information in the digital age. It draws on three main perspectives: law, based on a comprehensive analysis of Swiss law that serves as an example; technology, specifically search engines, internet archives, social media and the mobile internet; and an interdisciplinary perspective with contributions from various disciplines such as philosophy, anthropology, sociology, psychology, and economics, amongst others.

Thanks to this multifaceted approach, readers will benefit from a holistic view of the informational phenomenon of "remembering and forgetting". This book will appeal to lawyers, philosophers, sociologists, historians, economists, anthropologists, and psychologists among many others. Such wide appeal is due to its rich and interdisciplinary approach to the challenges for individuals and society at large with regard to remembering and forgetting in the digital age.

Subjects:
Data Protection
Contents:
Part 1. Introduction
Part 2. Legal Framework
Storage Obligations
Disposal Obligations
Access Restrictions
Prescription
3. Technological Developments
Search Engines
Social Media
Internet Archives
Mobile Internet
4. Interdisciplinary Perspectives
FORGETTING - In a Digital Glasshouse?
Christine Abbt
Remembering prevails over Forgetting: Archiving of Personal Data in the Analog and in the Digital Age
Christoph Graf
Digitalization and social identity formation - A Sociological Point of View
Matthias Klemm
The Digital Age and the Social Imaginary
Melinda Sebastian and Wesley Shumar
On the economics of remembering and forgetting in the digital age
Mark Schelker
A Political Economic Analysis of Transparency in a Digital World
Christine Benesch
The Role of Temporal Construal in Online Privacy behaviours
Johannes Ullrich
Remembering (to) Delete, Forgetting Beyond Informational Privacy
Viktor Mayer-Schoenberger
Longevity: Impact on Remembering and Forgetting
Domenico Salvati
On the Interplay between Forgetting and Remembering
Nikos Akitas
Part 5. Design Guide.