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2011 02-24 living in a wired world

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"Living in a Wired World" is a look at the origins of the right to privacy and the impact of technology.

"Living in a Wired World" is a look at the origins of the right to privacy and the impact of technology.

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  • 1. Living in a Wired World
    Frederick S. Lane
    St. Michael’s College
    24 February 2011
    www.FrederickLane.com
  • 2. Lecture Overview
    Introduction
    “So That a Man Can Stand Up”
    Privacy in the Bill of Rights
    1890 – Good or Bad Year for Privacy?
    The Warren Court and Privacy
    Our Changing Zone of Privacy
    The Future of Privacy
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  • 3. Introduction
    Attorney, Educational Consultant & Lecturer
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  • 4. Introduction
    Attorney, Educational Consultant & Lecturer
    Author of 5 Books
    www.FrederickLane.com
  • 5. Introduction
    Attorney, Educational Consultant & Lecturer
    Author of 5 Books
    Computer Forensics Expert
    www.FrederickLane.com
  • 6. Introduction
    Attorney, Educational Consultant & Lecturer
    Author of 5 Books
    Computer Forensics Expert
    Chair, Burlington (VT) School Board
    www.FrederickLane.com
  • 7. Introduction
    Attorney, Educational Consultant & Lecturer
    Author of 5 Books
    Computer Forensics Expert
    Chair, Burlington (VT) School Board
    Student Safety & Privacy Advocate
    www.FrederickLane.com
  • 8. “So That a Man Can Stand Up”
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  • 9. Privacy in the Bill of Rights
    1st Amendment – Freedoms of speech, religion, association, assembly
    2nd Amendment – Right to Bear Arms
    3rd Amendment – No quartering of troops
    4th Amendment – Freedom from unreasonable search and seizure
    5th Amendment – Freedom from self-incrimination
    6th Amendment – Right to counsel at trial
    9th Amendment – Unenumerated rights reserved
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  • 10. 1890 – Good or Bad Year for Privacy?
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  • 11. 1890 – Good or Bad Year for Privacy?
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  • 12. 1890 – Good or Bad Year for Privacy?
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  • 13. Punchcards and Privacy
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  • 14. The Warren Court & Privacy
    Mapp v. Ohio, 367 U.S. 643 (1961) – exclusionary rule
    Griswold v. Connecticut, 381 U.S. 479 (1965) – establishing a “right to privacy”
    Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966) – right to remain silent
    Katz v. United States, 389 U.S. 347 (1967) – warrantless wiretapping is illegal
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  • 15. Our Changing Zone of Privacy
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  • 16. How Private Is Social Media?
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  • 17. We Are All Branded Now
    Friends and Family
    College administration and security
    Graduate schools and fellowship committees
    Future romantic partners/spouses
    Future employers: at least 50% of all employers use Google and Facebook
    Law Enforcement
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  • 18. The Wired Workplace
    The Ethics of Googling Job Applicants
    Other Types of Background Checks
    Whose Wires Are They Anyway?
    Free Speech and Employment
    Is Your Boss Your “Friend”?
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  • 19. The Cost of Bad Publicity – Part 1
    Stacy Snyder denied teaching license for MySpace photo labeled “Drunken Pirate”
    Others have lost college admissions, scholarships, fellowships, even jobs
    At least half of employers cite drinking or provocative photos as red flags
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  • 20. The Cost of Bad Publicity – Part 2
    Ashley Payne, a 24-year-old high school English teacher, traveled to Europe for vacation and posted photos to her Facebook account
    An anonymous individual forwarded one photo to school officials
    Payne was summoned to the principal’s office and told to resign or be suspended.
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  • 21. GeoLocation & Granularity
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  • 22. Nothing to Hide, Nothing to Fear?
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  • 23. New Frontiers of Surveillance
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  • 24. Privacy R.I.P.?
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    What Is It We’re Trying to Protect?
    No Single Definition of Privacy
    Fundamental Concept is Control
    Switch to “Opt-In” Model
    Federal Privacy Protection Agency?
    Education and Self-Control
    A Transparent Society?
  • 25. Uncharted Waters
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  • 26. Living in a Wired World
    Frederick S. Lane
    St. Michael’s College
    24 February 2011
    www.FrederickLane.com