Balancing Privacy and Publicness in Social Network Services

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  • Identity, self-presentation, performance, impression management, roles
    Plurality of identities and audiences
    Their own and that of others – collaboration, interdependence

    Social network services –so far, research mainly focuses on facebook but the wording SITE would be misleading, as entry points may be through different devices etc
  • both inputs and outputs in interaction are regulated
    in order to achieve a desired level of privacy, which might differ from the one that is actually achieved


    disclosure, identity and temporality as three boundaries that are central to privacy management. These boundaries refer to balancing privacy and publicity, managing self- presentations, and the sequence disclosures form over time.
  • both inputs and outputs in interaction are regulated
    in order to achieve a desired level of privacy, which might differ from the one that is actually achieved


    disclosure, identity and temporality as three boundaries that are central to privacy management. These boundaries refer to balancing privacy and publicity, managing self- presentations, and the sequence disclosures form over time.
  • Identity: social (group), interpersonal (roles), personal
  • Framework for mapping end-users’ strategies
  • Balancing Privacy and Publicness in Social Network Services

    1. 1. PRACTICES OF BALANCING PRIVACY AND PUBLICNESS IN SOCIAL NETWORK SERVICES GROUP 2010 DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM NOVEMBER 7, 2010
    2. 2. AIRI LAMPINEN Researcher, PhD Student in Social Psychology
    3. 3. http://www.flickr.com/photos/ncindc/3229050640/
    4. 4. How do users balance PRIVACY AND PUBLICNESS in social network services?
    5. 5. Boundary regulation (Altman) → privacy as a process of interpersonal boundary control that paces and controls interaction
    6. 6. Networked privacy → disclosure, identity & temporality (Palen & Dourish) → persistence, replicability, scalability, searchability (boyd)
    7. 7. Self-presentation (Goffman) Identity (Snyder, Tajfel) Performativity (Butler) Boundary Regulation (Altman)
    8. 8. “The real problem with personal privacy in social systems then is how to reconcile the co-presence of various groups that one identifies with, in terms of what to share with whom, in a flexible and straightforward way.” (Razavi & Iverson, 2009)
    9. 9. GROUP CO-PRESENCE “A situation in which many groups important to an individual are simultaneously present in one context and their presence is salient for the individual” (Lampinen, Oulasvirta & Tamminen, 2009)
    10. 10. INTERDEPENDENCE disclosure as an interpersonal process of boundary regulation, in which people are dependent on what others choose to disclose about them
    11. 11. Collaborative ↔ Individual Preventive ↔ Corrective Internal ↔ External
    12. 12. Thanks! Questions? Ideas? Airi Lampinen airi.lampinen@hiit.fi www.hiit.fi/~lampinen

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