11 U. St. Thomas J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 1 (2017)

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                RELATIONAL PRIVACY:

   SURVEILLANCE, COMMON KNOWLEDGE,

                  AND COORDINATION





            ROBERT  H. SLOAN*  AND RICHARD   WARNER





I.RELATIONAL PRIVACY        ..................................... ...... 7
A.THE CHARACTERISTIC  PATTERN.         .............. .................... 8
B.THE SELF                         .......................9...... ........................9
II.INFORMATIONAL  NORMS                  ................1........................1
A.COORDINATION   NORMS                  ..................1.......................1
B.COORDINATION  AND  KNOWLEDGE          ............... ................ 13
1.FIRST-LEVEL KNOWLEDGE                    ....................................... 13
2.THE CONTRIBUTION  OF COMMON   KNOWLEDGE       ..................... 14
III.How COMMON   KNOWLEDGE   ARISES   ...................... ....... 16
IV.How  COMMON   KNOWLEDGE   CAN COLLAPSE       ..................... 17
A.LACK  OF KNOWLEDGE   OF EACH OTHER'S CONFORMITY  ......  ....... 18
B.LACK  OF KNOWLEDGE  OF NORM-CONSISTENT   INFORMATION
        DISCLOSURE                     ............................................. 19
V.THREE  SCENARIOS                     ............................................. 20
A.COMMON   KNOWLEDGE   AND  COORDINATION  PERSIST .      .............. 20
B.COMMON   KNOWLEDGE   COLLAPSES, CONFORMITY   PERSISTS................ 22
C.COORDINATION  COLLAPSES                   ..................................... 23
VI.CONCLUSION..................................................  24





* Professor and Head, Department of Computer Science, University of Illinois at Chicago.
Partially supported by National Science Foundation Grant No. DGE-106931 1.
 Professor of Law, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Visiting Foreign Professor, University of
Gdaisk, Poland. We presented an earlier version of this article at Protecting Virtual You:
Individual and Informational Privacy in the Age of Big Data, The University of St. Thomas
Journal of Law and Public Policy fall symposium. We thank the other participants and the
audience for their helpful questions and suggestions. We owe particular thanks to Alan Rubel,
who also presented at the conference, for his insightful comments and for his work on education
surveillance, which has been an essential resource.

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