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0x1A Great Papers inComputer Security
H. NissenbaumPrivacy as Contextual Integrity(Washington Law Review 2004)
Philosophical account of privacy
Main idea: every transfer of personal information happens in a certain social context
Context-dependent norms govern the type of information and the principles of transmission
Financial institutions must notify consumers if they share their non-public personal information with non-affiliated companies, but the notification may occur either before or after the information sharing occurs