WE NEED TO USE MANY APPROACHES AT ONCE IN ORDER TO SOLVE
[GOOD AS AFFIRMATIVE PERMUTATION EVIDENCE AS WELL]
THE MAJOR MODELS OF PRIVACY PROTECTION WORK BEST WHEN EMPLOYED SIMLTANEOUSLY
David Banisar and Simon Davies, Deputy Director of Privacy International (PI) and Director General of Privacy International and a Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics, "GLOBAL TRENDS IN PRIVACY PROTECTION: AN INTERNATIONAL SURVEY OF PRIVACY, DATA PROTECTION, AND SURVEILLANCE LAWS AND DEVELOPMENTS," The John Marhall Journal of Computer & Information Law , Fall, 1999, 18 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 1, EE2001-JGM, P.
There are currently several major models for privacy protections. Depending on their application, these models can be complimentary or contradictory. In most of the countries reviewed in the survey, several models of privacy protections are used simultaneously. In the countries that protect privacy the most, all of the models work together to ensure privacy protection.
THERE IS NO SINGLE ANSWER FOR PRIVACY PROTECTION
ESTHER DYSON, edits the technology newsletter Release 1.0, Los Angeles Times March 20, 2000, SECTION: Business; Part C; Page 3; TITLE: CONTROL OF PRIVATE DATA BELONGS IN HANDS OF CONSUMERS, NOT VENDORS // acs-VT2001
A comprehensive, flexible approach to personal privacy that gives individuals personal control won't come from a single set of laws or from a single sector of society. It will result from a variety of interacting forces and sectors.