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Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity

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  • 1. Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity
    Miia Vistilä
    Floora Ruokonen
    Universityof Helsinki
  • 2. Introduction:
    From tabloids to Facebook
    Privacy as Contextual Integrity (PCI)
    Social Networking Sites (SNS)
    19.5.2011
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    "Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity"
    FlooraRuokonen & MiiaVistilä, University of Helsinki
  • 3. Privacy as Contextual Integrity
    General idea:
    Norms of transferring information
    Contexts formed around values
    "Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity"
    FlooraRuokonen & MiiaVistilä, University of Helsinki
    19.5.2011
    3
  • 4. PCI as a Compilative Theory
    Normative
    Multifacetedness
    Public-private –dicotomy
    19.5.2011
    4
    "Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity"
    FlooraRuokonen & MiiaVistilä, University of Helsinki
  • 5. PCI and ReasonableExpectations of Privacy
    Privacy as right
    Origins of reasonableness
    The problemof conservativity
    19.5.2011
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    "Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity"
    FlooraRuokonen & MiiaVistilä, University of Helsinki
  • 6. PCI and the Challenges of Normativity
    The aims of PCI
    The twosenses of privacy as a normativeconcept
    New contexts and justifiedexpectations of privacy
    19.5.2011
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    "Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity"
    FlooraRuokonen & MiiaVistilä, University of Helsinki
  • 7. Contexts in SNS
    19.5.2011
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    "Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity"
    FlooraRuokonen & MiiaVistilä, University of Helsinki
  • 8. Conclusions: Privacy Claims in SNS
    The origins of privacyexpectations
    Whenare the expectationsreasonable?
    The problem of identifyingcontexts
    19.5.2011
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    "Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity"
    FlooraRuokonen & MiiaVistilä, University of Helsinki