Privacy is measurable: American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM) 1133
The calculation and measurement of privacy is accomplished with the Privacy Index (PI). We could spend a lot words explaining it in technical terms but in a nut shell:
Imagine sitting in an office and reading 100 words at random out of the dictionary. Your partner is in the adjoining office listening carefully. If your partner understands only 5 words out of 100, you have reached a Privacy Index of 95%.
The matrix below provides some context for privacy in the workplace:
Most private offices only achieve Transitional Privacy
Most open offices have no privacy
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