Literature on privacy of individual, the group, and society

BERNAL, P., 2013. Individual privacy vs. collective security? No! Paul Bernal’s blog, (October 17),.

BLOUSTEIN, E.J., 2004. Individual and group privacy. 2nd printing edn. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers.

CANNATACI, J.A., 2016. Getting things done in privacy protection part 2: another dimension of privacy: communal privacy, privacy of the community and personality., (June 5),.

DE WOLF, R., 2016. Group privacy management strategies and challenges in Facebook: A focus group study among flemish youth organizations. Cyberpsychology, 10(1),.

DE WOLF, R., WILLAERT, K. and PIERSON, J., 2014. Managing privacy boundaries together: Exploring individual and group privacy management strategies in Facebook. Computers in Human Behavior, 35, pp. 444-454.

DOURISH, P. and ANDERSON, K., 2006. Collective Information Practice: Exploring Privacy and Security as Social and Cultural Phenomena. Human-Computer Interaction, 21(3), pp. 319-342.

DUMSDAY, T., 2008. Group privacy and government surveillance of religious services. Monist, 91(1), pp. 170-186.

EDWARDS, L. and VEALE, M., 2017. Slave to the algorithm? Why a “right to explanation” is probably not the remedy you are looking for. (May 23),.

FAIRFIELD, J. and ENGEL, C., 2015. PRIVACY AS A PUBLIC GOOD. Duke law journal, 65(3), pp. 385-457.

FLORIDI, L., 2017. Group Privacy: a defence and an interpretation. In: L. TAYLOR, L. FLORIDI and B. VAN DER SLOOT, eds, Group privacy: new challenges of data technologies. Springer, pp. 83-100.

FLORIDI, L., 2016. On human dignity as a foundation for the right to privacy. Philosophy & Technology, 29(4), pp. 307-312.

FLORIDI, L., 2014. Open Data, Data Protection, and Group Privacy. Philosophy & Technology, 27(1), pp. 1-3.

FRENCH, P., 1984. Collective and corporate responsibility. Columbia University Press.

JONES, P., 2016. Stanford encyclopedia of philosophy (entry for group rights).

KUPRITZ, V.W., 2011. Individual and group privacy needs across job types: Phase 1 study. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research, 28(4), pp. 292-313.

MAY, L., 1989. The morality of groups. University of Notre Dame Press.

MITTELSTADT, B., 2017. From Individual to Group Privacy in Big Data Analytics. Philosophy & Technology, .

NARAYANAN, A. and SHMATIKOV, V., 2005. Obfuscated databases and group privacy, Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security 2005, pp. 102-111.

NEWMAN, D.G., 2004. Collective Interests and Collective Rights. The American Journal of Jurisprudence, 49(1), pp. 127-163.

PETRONIO, S. and ALTMAN, I., 2002. Boundaries of privacy.

PIETKIEWICZ, I.J. and WLODARCZYCK, M., 2015. Crossing the boundaries of privacy in accidental encounters: interpretative phenomenological analysis of therapists’ experiences. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 22, pp. 708-721.

STRAHILEVITZ, L.J., 2010. Collective privacy. In: M. NUSSBAUM and S. LEVMORE, eds, The offensive internet: speech, privacy and reputation. Harvard University Press, .

TAVROV, D. and CHERTOV, O., 2016. Evolutionary approach to violating group anonymity using third-party data. SpringerPlus, 5(1), pp. 1-32.

TAYLOR, L., FLORIDI, L. and VAN DER SLOOT, B., eds, 2017. Group privacy: new challenges of data technologies. Dordrecht: Springer.

ZHAI, R., ZHANG, K. and LIU, M., 2016. A dynamic group privacy protection mechanism based on cloud model, Proceedings of the 2015 5th World Congress on Information and Communication Technologies, WICT 2015 2016, pp. 83-88.

ZHAI, R., ZHANG, K. and LIU, M., 2015. Static group privacy protection mechanism based on cloud model, Proceedings – 15th IEEE International Conference on Computer and Information Technology, CIT 2015, 14th IEEE International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing and Communications, IUCC 2015, 13th IEEE International Conference on Dependable, Autonomic and Secure Computing, DASC 2015 and 13th IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Intelligence and Computing, PICom 2015 2015, pp. 970-974.