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Privacy and Social Networks seem to clash and the companies offering the services are frequently (portrayed as being) more interested in profiling their users in order to make advertising bucks rather than protect them. But things aren't always black and white.
In this talk, given at the Open Internet Tools Project's Techno Activists 3rd Monday in New York City on January 20th, 2014, we look at the responsibilities we have on both sides of the fence: as users and as service providers; as engineers and as designers; as experts and as laymen; as students and as educators.
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