Course Release Date: June 4, 2021
D101 - Privacy Harms
Approximate Length – 60 Minutes
Intended Audience – Privacy Engineers and other Privacy Professionals, Software Developers, Managers, Architects and Engineers.
Daniel Solove is a professor of law at George Washington University and developed this taxonomy, or categorization, of privacy harms. This lesson walks the learner through the four categories and fifteen specific harms in the Solove Taxonomy of Privacy.
Learning the potential harms is the first step to identifying organizational behavior that may lead to the harms.
Solove Taxonomy of Privacy Harms
- Information Processing
- Information Dissemination
This lesson provides an introduction into identifying privacy harms. Afterwards, participants should be able to properly identify potential areas of concern for privacy.