Topic: Privacy

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By noopur raval on Jun 15th, 2014
The last few weeks, like everybody else, I've been a silent observer and a rare poster (or not) on the new thing on  the block: Secret. Secret...
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By Kaarina Mikalson on Jun 13th, 2014
Part of Collaborative Book Review of It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens by danah boyd Review of Chapter 2, Privacy – why do...
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By Jason Luther on Jun 9th, 2014
Part of Collaborative Book Review of It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens by danah boydReview of Chapter 2, Privacy – why...
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By Alisa Beer on May 19th, 2014
This post is a response and reaction to the workshop I led on April 23rd at Fordham University, for a class of juniors and seniors, Your Online...
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By Meg Miller on May 15th, 2014
Read Part 1Before we go any further, we must consider the idea of digital dualism. While Nathan Jurgenson created the original typology of digital...
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By Meg Miller on May 15th, 2014
While Tumblr has offered a unique opportunity for sexual empowerment of people with disabilities, it has also created an avenue for disempowerment...
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By Samuel Kortchmar on May 13th, 2014
On April 24th, as part of the Watson Institute for International Studies’s Security Seminar Series, Bruce Schneier gave a talk about the state of the...
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By Christina Davidson on Apr 25th, 2014
On April 24 at 12pm, Dr. Cathy Davidson, Kaysi Holman and five of her graduate students filed into the Sala Paracas at the Ministry of Culture to...
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