50 Questions for Little Sister

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From Big Brother to Little Sister. What would you ask her?

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  • unfortunately creepiness will creep up on most of us without us noticing. thank you Jan for your insights. It would make a challenging simulation - a real experience for insight generation for google execs... if you are interested in working on that let me know
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50 Questions for Little Sister

  1. 50 Questions for Little Sister
  2. Our traditional bogeyman for privacy was Big Brother and its physical manifestation - close circuit TV.50 Questions for Little Sister
  3. Little Sister is socially active, curious, sufficiently tech- savvy, growing up in the land of “free”, getting on with life and creating a digital exhaust that is there for the taking. context here50 Questions for Little Sister
  4. As a product that is both on-your-face and in-your-face, Google Glass is primed to become a lightening rod for a wider discussion around privacy, what constitutes acceptable behaviour in public spaces and the cities we want to live in. context here50 Questions for Little Sister
  5. “Google policy is to get right up to the creepy line and not cross it.” Eric Schmidt, October 2010 context here50 Questions for Little Sister
  6. Can “creepy” be measured?50 Questions for Little Sister 1
  7. Can “creepy” be placed on a line?50 Questions for Little Sister 2
  8. What kind of creepy experiences have the Google executive team personally experienced?50 Questions for Little Sister 3
  9. What kind of creepy experiences have the Google Glass team personally experienced?50 Questions for Little Sister 4
  10. Is decision making around what is or isn’t creepy influenced by life experiences and in particular creepy life experiences?50 Questions for Little Sister 5
  11. Do we normalise creepy?50 Questions for Little Sister 6
  12. Do we normalise creepy? How?50 Questions for Little Sister 7
  13. Do we normalise creepy? How? Over what time frame?50 Questions for Little Sister 8
  14. Do we normalise creepy? How? Over what time frame? Why?50 Questions for Little Sister 9
  15. Do we normalise creepy? How? Over what time frame? Why? What happens when normalisation doesn’t occur?50 Questions for Little Sister 10
  16. What personal data can a commercial company obtain with a person’s consent?50 Questions for Little Sister 11
  17. What personal data can a commercial company obtain with a person’s consent? How is that data is stored?50 Questions for Little Sister 12
  18. What personal data can a commercial company obtain with a person’s consent? How is that data is stored? How can it be used?50 Questions for Little Sister 13
  19. What personal data can a commercial company obtain with a person’s consent? How is that data is stored? How can it be used? Just how informed is “informed consent?”50 Questions for Little Sister 14
  20. Does Google know how its going to use the data when it collects it?50 Questions for Little Sister 15
  21. Does Google know how its going to use the data when it collects it? How much of the value of that data is revealed through correlating it with other sources of (yet unknown) data?50 Questions for Little Sister 16
  22. What are the social norms where you live?50 Questions for Little Sister 17
  23. Who has the right to push the boundaries of those social norms?50 Questions for Little Sister 18
  24. Who has the right to push the boundaries of those social norms? Which norms?50 Questions for Little Sister 19
  25. Who has the right to push the boundaries of those social norms? Which norms? Acceptable to whom?50 Questions for Little Sister 20
  26. Is it your social obligation as a non-Google employee to help Google executives understand creepy?50 Questions for Little Sister 21
  27. Is it your social obligation as a non-Google employee to help Google employees understand creepy?50 Questions for Little Sister 22
  28. Which Google executives do you think will best benefit from this understanding?50 Questions for Little Sister 23
  29. Which Google executives do you think will best benefit from this understanding? Where do they live?50 Questions for Little Sister 24
  30. Which Google employees do you think will best benefit from this understanding?50 Questions for Little Sister 25
  31. Which Google employees do you think will best benefit from this understanding? Where do they live?50 Questions for Little Sister 26
  32. Who are their friends?50 Questions for Little Sister 27
  33. Who are their friends? Where do they live?50 Questions for Little Sister 28
  34. Where is their family today?50 Questions for Little Sister 29
  35. Does asking these questions make you feel creepy?50 Questions for Little Sister 30
  36. Does asking these questions make you feel creepy? Why?50 Questions for Little Sister 31
  37. Does a Google employee asking these questions about you, your friends and family make you feel creepy?50 Questions for Little Sister 32
  38. Does a Google employee asking these questions about you, your friends and family make you feel creepy? Why?50 Questions for Little Sister 33
  39. Does Google having this information, in real time, about you, your friends, your family make you feel creepy?50 Questions for Little Sister 34
  40. Does Google having this information, in real time, about you, your friends, your family make you feel creepy? Why not?50 Questions for Little Sister 35
  41. What are the properties of different kinds of creepy?50 Questions for Little Sister 36
  42. How do you rationalise what you do or don’t find creepy?50 Questions for Little Sister 37
  43. How do you rationalise what you do or don’t find creepy? Is it smart to rationalise creepy?50 Questions for Little Sister 38
  44. To what extent are Glass feeds monitored and by whom?50 Questions for Little Sister 39
  45. To what extent are Glass feeds monitored and by whom? What is being monitored?50 Questions for Little Sister 40
  46. To what extent are Glass feeds monitored and by whom? What is being monitored?What mechanisms are in place to react to events being monitored?50 Questions for Little Sister 41
  47. To what extent are Glass feeds monitored and by whom? What is being monitored?What mechanisms are in place to react to events being monitored? How timely are these mechanisms?50 Questions for Little Sister 42
  48. To what extent are Glass feeds monitored and by whom? What is being monitored?What mechanisms are in place to react to events being monitored? How timely are these mechanisms? Do these mechanisms scale?50 Questions for Little Sister 43
  49. To what extent are Glass feeds monitored and by whom? What is being monitored?What mechanisms are in place to react to events being monitored? How timely are these mechanisms? Do these mechanisms scale? How else might these mechanisms be used?50 Questions for Little Sister 44
  50. When will be the first life saved through Glass?50 Questions for Little Sister 45
  51. When will be the first life saved through Glass? How will the story unfold?50 Questions for Little Sister 46
  52. When will be the first life saved through Glass? How will the story unfold? What tools will the storytellers have at their disposal?50 Questions for Little Sister 47
  53. When will be the first highly publicised porn movie shot with Glass?50 Questions for Little Sister 48
  54. When will be the first rape experienced through Glass?50 Questions for Little Sister 49
  55. When will be the first rape experienced through Glass? As a perpetrator?50 Questions for Little Sister 50
  56. When will be the first rape experienced through Glass? As a perpetrator? As a victim?50 Questions for Little Sister 51
  57. When will be the first murder attributed to Glass?50 Questions for Little Sister 52
  58. When will be the first murder attributed to Glass? As a perpetrator?50 Questions for Little Sister 53
  59. When will be the first murder attributed to Glass? As a perpetrator? As a victim?50 Questions for Little Sister 54
  60. When will be the first suicide be experienced through Glass?50 Questions for Little Sister 55
  61. When will be the first suicide be experienced through Glass? Will it be available live?50 Questions for Little Sister 56
  62. When will be the first suicide be experienced through Glass? Will it be available live? Will someone make revenue by sharing it?50 Questions for Little Sister 57
  63. How many lives are ended or saved thru mobile phone use each year?50 Questions for Little Sister 58
  64. What are the norms around showing the gore from violent crime in your country?50 Questions for Little Sister 59
  65. What are the norms around showing the gore from violent crime in other countries?50 Questions for Little Sister 60
  66. Which companies advocate a free and open internet?50 Questions for Little Sister 61
  67. Which companies advocate a free and open internet? How is this free and open internet influenced by local social norms?50 Questions for Little Sister 62
  68. How long does it take for creepy experiences to fade?50 Questions for Little Sister 63
  69. How long does it take for creepy experiences to fade? Do they fade?50 Questions for Little Sister 64
  70. How long does it take for creepy experiences to fade? Do they fade? What are the consequences of them not fading?50 Questions for Little Sister 65
  71. How do humans cope with creepy experiences?50 Questions for Little Sister 66
  72. When and how do we reflect upon on what was creepy?50 Questions for Little Sister 67
  73. What tools do we reflect upon or recall creepy?50 Questions for Little Sister 68
  74. Who owns those tools?50 Questions for Little Sister 69
  75. What is their motivation today?50 Questions for Little Sister 70
  76. What is their motivation today? Tomorrow?50 Questions for Little Sister 71
  77. What creepy things from 100 years ago are still creepy?50 Questions for Little Sister 72
  78. What creepy things from 10 years ago are still creepy?50 Questions for Little Sister 73
  79. What creepy things from 1 year ago are still creepy?50 Questions for Little Sister 74
  80. What creepy things from 1 year ago are still creepy? And to whom?50 Questions for Little Sister 75
  81. Which creepy things from years gone by are now recognised as art forms in their own right?50 Questions for Little Sister 76
  82. Which creepy things from years gone by are now part of your everyday life?50 Questions for Little Sister 77
  83. “There is but one remedy for the amateur photographer.Put a brick through his camera whenever you suspect he has taken you unawares.”
  84. “There is but one remedy for the amateur photographer.Put a brick through his camera whenever you suspect he has taken you unawares.” Amateur Photographer magazine, 1885 context here
  85. “Our moral character dwindles as our instruments get smaller.”
  86. “Our moral character dwindles as our instruments get smaller.” Amateur Photographer, 1910 context here
  87. “True character is what you do when nobodys looking”
  88. That energy? Channel it.
  89. That energy? Channel it. #qsforglass

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