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Examines the effect of increasing digitization on our society. We are losing privacy, but perhaps gaining other benefits. Is the trade-off worth it? You have to examine all the consequences and ...

Examines the effect of increasing digitization on our society. We are losing privacy, but perhaps gaining other benefits. Is the trade-off worth it? You have to examine all the consequences and benefits to begin to answer that question.

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  • Your Digital Fingerprint—It never goes away
  • Your Digital Fingerprint—So what should you do?
  • Intentional Unintentional
  • Privacy is dead.
  • “Privacy is dead.–Scott McNealyGet over it.”
  • Your life is an open book
  • Your life is an open book
  • Intentional Unintentional
  • Facebook
  • Casey Anthony
  • Facebook usage depicts a snapshotof the users relationshipsand state of mind at time of posting.—Federal Judge (D. Conn.)
  • – Facebook: “unrivaledleader for online divorceevidence.”– 66% say: FB is “primaryevidence source”FacebookWhat divorce Attorneys think
  • Rep.Anthony Weiner (D)
  • Find my iPhone
  • iPhone devices were stolen 16,000 timeslast year in New York City.—New York Times, May 3, 2013
  • iPhone theft sets off cinematic high-speed chase
  • Marathon TerrorTuesday, April 16, 2013
  • Boston police are likely now collectingevery piece of digital media availablefrom 600 closed circuit TV cameras—CNN, April 18, 2013
  • The most prolific source of evidenceavailable to law enforcementcomes from video evidence—CNN, April 18, 2013
  • 2001 - A Space Odyssey
  • Wanna Get Away?
  • Africa has more mobile phoneusers than the U.S. or E.U.
  • The Arab SpringDecember 2010
  • We use Facebook to schedule protests, Twitter to coordinate,andYouTube to tell the world.—Arab Spring activist from Egypt
  • WikiLeaksWe help you safely get the truth out
  • Soldier admits providing files to WikiLeaks
  • Private Manning said he put the files ona digital storage card for his cameraand took it home with him—New York Times, Feb 28, 2013
  • Gen. David Petraeus
  • Petraeus’s Gmail accountis a National Security issue
  • Hunt for Osama bin Laden
  • @ReallyVirtualHelicopter hovering aboveAbbottabad at 1 am(is a rare event)What’s happening?
  • What’s happening?
  • What’s happening?jury dutyOff to jury Dutyyall wanna make me be on thejury? everybody goin to jail...GUILTY!got some of the best sleepin my life in jury duty...Jury Duty and my iPodjust died...HELP!Search
  • Al RokerWhat’s happening?–“I have jury duty tomorrow. Shouldbe fun.”–“Im off to Jury duty downtown. Butbefore i go, heres TODAY’s Tweather”– At jury room: Here’s a picture...
  • @JoeBlowXI just watched a plane crashinto the hudson river inmanhattan.What’s happening?
  • POLL OF FEDERAL JUDGES
  • 79%“No way to know”Are jurors violatingSocial Media ban?
  • Neil deGrasse TysonJuror using Twitter?
  • Browser12Type: search.twitter.comDo advanced search
  • http://twitter.com/i/#!/search-home
  • near:NYC within:15mifrom:anthonyweiner
  • TweetKeeper3200 tweets - $1.99
  • “Privacy is dead. Get over it.”–Scott McNealy
  • @SteveMartinREPORT FROM JURY DUTY:What’s happening?guy I thought was up for murderturns out to be defense attorney.I bet he murdered someoneanyway.
  • “Move fast andbreak things.”—sign in Facebook corporate offices
  • Tried & FalseSeth Godin
  • Seeking out the “tried and true” isthe wrong direction for crazy times
  • Understanding
  • Ernie Svenson - ernie@paperlesschase.com