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Privacy Publising Project

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  • Work byHuiqun Xu

  • Published on May 2021
In the context of the digital age, where personal data is increasingly archived and accessible even after an individual’s demise, there is a critical need to address privacy preservation. The challenge lies in safeguarding sensitive information from unauthorized access by friends, family, or any other parties. As we navigate this landscape, considerations around data protection, legal frameworks, and ethical boundaries become paramount.


In response to a series of privacy breaches by commercial entities, measures have been implemented to curtail the involvement of third-party organizations in handling personal privacy information. Over time, data storage institutions have progressively adopted robust privacy protection measures. However, privacy security concerns remain a sensitive societal issue in the present digital landscape.

With the improvement of the city-state system, the opposition pattern between the public sphere of the city-state with male citizens as the main body and the private sphere of the family with female as the main body has gradually formed.


Based on survey data, approximately 17% of respondents express a tendency to disclose their privacy after their demise. The rationale behind this inclination appears to be the perception that such disclosure would have no impact on their personal life, given their nonexistence at that point in time.

Surveys reveal that certain individuals prioritize immediate privacy concerns, particularly when timeliness is a factor. However, they exhibit limited attention toward less time-sensitive private information, especially in the context of their own demise and social relationships. Interestingly, some members of the public express a willingness to disclose all personal privacy information posthumously. This phenomenon underscores the complex interplay between privacy attitudes, temporal considerations, and social dynamics.

This process of deconstruction is important to understand the development of ancient Greek mythology, which is a reflection of reality in a specific social environment at that time. Therefore, it is essential to conduct historical background research to gain a deeper understanding of the subject matter.


The preservation of personal privacy information provides a vivid and detailed account of an individual’s lifetime. Unlike the narratives found in books, biographies, and news media, this information offers authenticity and an element of randomness. Importantly, it extends beyond the lives of historical celebrities, allowing for the recording of unique experiences and ordinary lives. This has profound practical significance for historical description and the documentation of individual legacies.