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Facebook: Policy Primer; Unravelling the Terms of Service Facebook: Policy Primer; Unravelling the Terms of Service Presentation Transcript

  • Policy Primer Unraveling the Terms of Service Helen Pidoulas 25 October 2010
  • What is Facebook? People can: Add friends Share photos & status updates Play games online Join groups Collaborate in other ways… (Facebook, 2010)
  • Create an account
    • You're over 18 years
    • Between 13-18 (parents supervision)
    You can join if:
    • You're under 13 years
    • You're a convicted sex offender
    You can't join if: So, what's the catch?
    • You have to accept Facebook's Terms of Service (Facebook, 2010)
    How do you join?
  • What does that mean? In a nutshell: Less privacy ( Privacy and the Internet, 2008) Targeted advertising Digital history
  • Its all fun and games... Until someone gets hurt
    • Harassment
    • Bullying
    • Stolen identities
    DELETED!!!! But I'm innocent! I swear!
    • Too late
    • Oh, and your data is mine
    You should review our Terms of Service for the reasons why...
  • There's so much to read!
  • Read the terms and you'll learn... Facebook owns your:
    • Photos, posts, friends and their feeds
    Facebook sells you:
    • With your implied consent
    • Using targeted ads
  • Termination What you can't do Copyright Ownership 3 rd parties Privacy Reading the terms only takes you so far... Read & learn about your online privacy ( Goettke & Christiana, 2007) Check that your privacy settings are high ( Introna, 1997) Poster beware: It all belongs to you
  • Too important to miss: Free, is not really free. The price is your privacy in this online life. ( Lyon, 2002)
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  • Thank you !