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When journalists go backstage: Reassessing privacy for social media

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Slides for a talk on social media and privacy oresented at the annual conference of the Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication, Saturday 9th August 2008

Slides for a talk on social media and privacy oresented at the annual conference of the Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication, Saturday 9th August 2008

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  • 1. When journalists go backstage: Reassessing privacy for social media Alfred Hermida Graduate School of Journalism, University of British Columbia AEJMC, Saturday 9 August
  • 2. Kristen’s story
  • 3. Kristen’s story
  • 4. Kristen’s story
  • 5. Roy Greenslade “When stories break, it is customary for reporters to do all they can to discover as much as possible about the people involved. The willingness of people to place so much material about themselves on the net has made that task much easier for journalists” http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/greenslade/2008/02/pcc_faces_up_to_facebook_intru.html
  • 6. The social web
  • 7. Social media
  • 8. Erving Goffman Frontstage Backstage