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  1. Ha! I’ve been in a few hotels like that. Hopefully the bathroom has a door on it. I’m reading Ann Cavoukian’s Privacy By Design book (available free at privacybydesign.ca) and she has recently shifted her focus on Privacy by Design from what originally started as a information architecture philosophy to be more encompassing, namely to business practices and physical design/infrastructure. It didn’t hit me until I read a sentence that talked about the design of hospital waiting rooms and how they could be physically constructed to enhance rather than invade privacy. Now I’m thinking outside the “data” privacy box.

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