History of privacy timeline on Safe Computing

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Did you know that the 1890 Brandeis “Right to Privacy” article, one of the most influential essays in American legal history, was triggered by the 19th century equivalent of paparazzi and social media?

Did you know that the National Do Not Call Registry has been around since 1986? Or that the first chief privacy officer was appointed in 1999?

Visit the new Safe Computing History of Privacy Timeline to learn more about these and other privacy milestones.

While you are on Safe Computing, take some time to look through the recently updated and expanded privacy section of the site and share your own thoughts about what privacy means to you on the Six Words About Privacy page.