Tag Archives: privacy

“I’d Like To Learn How To Have A Conversation”

An interesting TED talk from Sherry Turkle. The pace of change in certain social behaviours, from taboo to norm, has fascinated me for the last number of years. As a bonus, here’s a very succinct summary by Turkle of why … Continue reading

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Just Wired Into The System

I recently rediscovered this video from the American Civil Liberties Union, via Wired UK. It illustrates very quickly and simply why privacy is important. It was produced in 2006, when Facebook was limited to college and high school students and … Continue reading

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As Much As I Love You, Grooveshark, Keep Your Eyes Off My Soul

Via Techdirt, Grooveshark’s privacy policy has a “soul” clause.

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Facebook perspective

Here are a few sensible pieces on the whole Facebook privacy brouhaha. Facebook and “radical transparency” (a rant) [Danah Boyd] Zuckerberg, we have a problem [Lisa Barone] If Mark Zuckerberg invented the Web [David Weinberger] The thing is, Facebook needs … Continue reading

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