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Digital oversharing

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  • 1. DIGITAL     OVER-­‐SHARING   Image  via  Stuart  Anthony//Flickr   Taryn  Smith//FILM260  
  • 2. Younger   generaCons   appear  to  be     over-­‐sharing   more  than   older   generaCons   Image  via  Andrew  Stawarz//Flickr  
  • 3. Likely  because  they  have  grown  up   with  technology  all  around  them   Image  via  Steve  Wilhelm//Flickr  
  • 4. 90%   Image  via  Vancouver  Film  School//Flickr   of  North  American   adults  think  that   others  divulge  too   much  online   Source  via  IntelPR//Intel  Corpora@on  
  • 5. 81%   of  North  American  adults   believe  mobile  manners  are   becoming  worse   Image  via  Artotem//Flickr   Source  via  IntelPR//Intel  Corpora@on  
  • 6. 92%   of  North  American   adults  wish  people   pracCced  beRer  mobile   eCqueRe  in  public.   Source  via  IntelPR//Intel  Corpora@on  Image  via  Stefan  Klauke//Flickr  
  • 7. These  adults  reported   that  the  following   digital  online  sharing   behaviors  annoyed   them  the  most…   Image  via  Jess  Loughborough//Flickr   Source  via  IntelPR//Intel  Corpora@on  
  • 8. CONSTANT  COMPLAINING  –  59%   Image  via  Mischelle//Flickr   Source  via  IntelPR//Intel  Corpora@on  
  • 9. EXPLICIT  PHOTOS  –  55%   Source  via  IntelPR//Intel  Corpora@on  Image  via  QQ  Li//Flickr  
  • 10. PRIVATE  INFORMATION  –  53%   Source  via  IntelPR//Intel  Corpora@on  Image  via  Daimon  Eklund//Flickr  
  • 11. PROFANITY  –  48%   Source  via  IntelPR//Intel  Corpora@on  Image  via  Simon  Huggins//Flickr  
  • 12. MUNDANE  DETAILS  –  47%   Source  via  IntelPR//Intel  Corpora@on  Image  via  Oliver  Elser  and  Andreas  Muhs//Flickr  
  • 13. INAPPRORIATE  INFO  SHARED   WITH  CO-­‐WORKERS  –  42%   Source  via  IntelPR//Intel  Corpora@on  Image  via  Mischelle//Flickr  
  • 14. POOR  SPELLING  AND   GRAMMAR  –  37%   Source  via  IntelPR//Intel  Corpora@on  Image  via  somethingstartedcrazy//Flickr  
  • 15. CONTROVERSIAL  TOPICS  –  23%   Source  via  IntelPR//Intel  Corpora@on  Image  via  Ronald  Saunders//Flickr  
  • 16. BRAGGING  –  22%   Source  via  IntelPR//Intel  Corpora@on  Image  via  Trish  Hartmann//Flickr  
  • 17. SHORTHAND  LANGUAGE  –  18%   Source  via  IntelPR//Intel  Corpora@on  Image  via  DoctorBuOsMD//Flickr  
  • 18. SHARING  ONLY  ABOUT  ONE   SUBJECT  –  13%   Source  via  IntelPR//Intel  Corpora@on  Image  via  Eduardo  MarqueQ//Flickr  
  • 19. There  certainly  are  benefits  to   digital  sharing  such  as  keeping   in  touch  and  promoCng   interests  and  hobbies…   Image  via  Bark//Flickr  
  • 20. But  individuals  should  keep  in   mind  just  how  much  they  are   sharing  with  the  world   Image  via  Frederic  Poirot//Flickr  
  • 21. SOURCES   •  hOp://newsroom.intel.com/community/ intel_newsroom/blog/2012/05/08/intel-­‐ survey-­‐finds-­‐digital-­‐over-­‐sharing-­‐is-­‐leading-­‐ mobile-­‐e@queOe-­‐faux-­‐pas   •  All  images  are  sourced  from  Flickr  and  are   licensed  under  the  Crea@ve  Commons   Agreement  

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