This paper identifies some of the core privacy considerations raised by smart cities – government surveillance and data security in Part I. Then, Part II proposes a set of core principles for smart cities to consider in the development and deployment of smart cities to address privacy concerns. These principles include: (A) human-centric approaches to smart cities design and implementation, (B) transparency for city residents, (C) privacy by design, (D) anonymization and deidentification, (E) data minimization and purpose specification, (F) trusted data sharing, and (G) cybersecurity resilience.
Lindsey Tonsager & Jayne Ponder,
Privacy Frameworks for Smart Cities,
J. L. & MOB.
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/jlm/vol2022/iss1/6
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