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Freedom and Privacy in the Mobile World
 

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Who do you want going through your digital dirty laundry? This presentation aims to discuss the balance of freedom and privacy in the modern, mobile world.

Who do you want going through your digital dirty laundry? This presentation aims to discuss the balance of freedom and privacy in the modern, mobile world.

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    Freedom and Privacy in the Mobile World Freedom and Privacy in the Mobile World Presentation Transcript

    • 
We are in the middle of a revolution…Image
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CameraShyMom

    • 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 









… a mobile revolution.Image
by:
Daniel
Ly

    • Mobile technologies allow us toexpand our horizons…Image
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Stuck
in
Customs
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Kivanc
Nis

    • …Encounter new ideas…Image
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an
untrained
eye
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~jjjohn~

    • … And meet people we neverwould have met otherwise.Image
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MorBCN

    • Image
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Jonathan
Rashad
 For many, mobile means choice, freedom.
    • But does it also mean good health? Protection? Security?Image
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Bethan

    • “Looking at a computer screen up to an hour before bedtime can disrupt the way the body releases a hormone called melatonin.” This chemical regulates sleep and facilitates healing. -The OntarionImage
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Nathan
Makan

    • In Michigan, police can “snoop through smartphones at randomtraffic stops” without a warrant. They are able to “obtain email,Web history, SIM data, cookies, instant messages, call logs,contacts and much more from your phone.” -Popular MechanicsImage
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Marcos
Vasconcelos
Photography

    • “Security researchers have discovered that Apple’s iPhone keeps track of where you go – and saves every detail of it to a secret file on the device…whether or not the user agrees.” -The GuardianImage
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splorp

    • “Security researchers have discovered that Apple’s iPhone keeps track of where you go – and saves every detail of it to a secret file on the device…whether or not the user agrees.” -The Guardian “[Blackberry] PIN messages that many users thought were untraceable can be logged.” -PC WorldImage
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splorp

    • “Security researchers have discovered that Apple’s iPhone keeps track of where you go – and saves every detail of it to a secret file on the device…whether or not the user agrees.” -The Guardian “[Blackberry] PIN messages that many users thought were untraceable can be logged.” -PC World An Android’s security tokens are “passed to Google servers unencrypted, a cybersnoop could easily swipe one while a consumer is surfing the web in Starbucks.” -Fox NewsImage
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splorp

    • Sleep may be a relatively small price to pay for the comfort of having our LCD screens within arm’s reach. However, how much private information are we willing to share with big corporations? With strangers? What about information about our kids?Image
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Jorge
Quinteros

    • 85% of American kids own a mobile phone. -National Literacy TrustImage
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Spencer
Finnley

    • 85% of American kids own a mobile phone. -National Literacy Trust 48% of teenagers don’t know they can willingly broadcast their location using apps like Facebook Places or Foursquare. -tnoozImage
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Spencer
Finnley

    • 85% of American kids own a mobile phone. -National Literacy Trust 48% of teenagers don’t know they can willingly broadcast their location using apps like Facebook Places or Foursquare. -tnooz How many do you think know that their mobile devices may do this automatically?Image
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Spencer
Finnley

    • When we begin to access our friends, entertainment, education, even our wallets from a single device, we have to ask… … how safe is that information?Image
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viZZZual.com

    • Who do you want going through your digital dirty laundry??Image
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conorwithonen

    • The issue isn’t that people are more irresponsible, stupid, or mean than usual. The world is no more cruel than it was yesterday.Image
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Pink
Sherbet
Photography

    • The solution is simple!Image
by:
Always
Be
Cool

    • The solution is simple! We need to learn the limitations of our smart devicesImage
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Always
Be
Cool

    • The solution is simple! We need to learn the limitations of our smart devices Lobby for new laws that better regulate how information is gathered from them.Image
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Always
Be
Cool

    • The solution is simple! We need to learn the limitations of our smart devices Lobby for new laws that better regulate how information is gathered from them. And, use our brains. Image
by:
Always
Be
Cool

    • Credits All images are licensed under the Creative Commons agreement and sourced from flickr.Image
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Immagina