Transparency kills the privacy          (issues)    Research implications of the         EMSOC project          Rob Heyman
•   User Empowerment in a Social Media    Culture•   IWT 4-year interdisciplinary SBO project    (2010-2014)•   Vrije Univ...
The right to be   left alone 74% of the Europeanssee disclosing personal   information as an   increasing part of       mo...
Anything goes?
LinkedIn
Cookies          September 20
September 20
Conclusion  @EMSOCNEWS  WWW.EMSOC.BE
Transparency kills the privacy (issues)
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Transparency kills the privacy (issues)

  1. 1. Transparency kills the privacy (issues) Research implications of the EMSOC project Rob Heyman
  2. 2. • User Empowerment in a Social Media Culture• IWT 4-year interdisciplinary SBO project (2010-2014)• Vrije Universiteit Brussel o Department of Communication Studies – SMIT o Faculty of Law – LSTS• Catholic University Leuven (KUL) o Faculty of Law - ICRI o Department of Communication Studies - CUO• University of Ghent (UG) o Department of Educational Studies – C&E o Department of Communication Studies - MICT• Objective o To critically investigate to what extent and how people are empowered and/or disempowered in their everyday use of social media
  3. 3. The right to be left alone 74% of the Europeanssee disclosing personal information as an increasing part of modern life (Eurobarometer 2011)
  4. 4. Anything goes?
  5. 5. LinkedIn
  6. 6. Cookies September 20
  7. 7. September 20
  8. 8. Conclusion @EMSOCNEWS WWW.EMSOC.BE

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