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Living in a Wired World<br />Frederick S. Lane<br />St. Michael’s College<br />24 February 2011<br />www.FrederickLane.com...
Lecture Overview<br />Introduction<br />“So That a Man Can Stand Up”<br />Privacy in the Bill of Rights<br />1890 – Good o...
Introduction<br />Attorney, Educational Consultant & Lecturer<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
Introduction<br />Attorney, Educational Consultant & Lecturer<br />Author of 5 Books<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
Introduction<br />Attorney, Educational Consultant & Lecturer<br />Author of 5 Books<br />Computer Forensics Expert<br />w...
Introduction<br />Attorney, Educational Consultant & Lecturer<br />Author of 5 Books<br />Computer Forensics Expert<br />C...
Introduction<br />Attorney, Educational Consultant & Lecturer<br />Author of 5 Books<br />Computer Forensics Expert<br />C...
“So That a Man Can Stand Up”<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
Privacy in the Bill of Rights<br />1st Amendment – Freedoms of speech, religion, association, assembly<br />2nd Amendment ...
1890 – Good or Bad Year for Privacy?<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
1890 – Good or Bad Year for Privacy?<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
1890 – Good or Bad Year for Privacy?<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
Punchcards and Privacy<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
The Warren Court & Privacy<br />Mapp v. Ohio, 367 U.S. 643 (1961) – exclusionary rule<br />Griswold v. Connecticut, 381 U....
Our Changing Zone of Privacy<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
How Private Is Social Media?<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
We Are All Branded Now<br />Friends and Family<br />College administration and security<br />Graduate schools and fellowsh...
The Wired Workplace<br />The Ethics of Googling Job Applicants<br />Other Types of Background Checks<br />Whose Wires Are ...
The Cost of Bad Publicity – Part 1<br />Stacy Snyder denied teaching license for MySpace photo labeled “Drunken Pirate”<br...
The Cost of Bad Publicity – Part 2<br />Ashley Payne, a 24-year-old high school English teacher, traveled to Europe for va...
GeoLocation & Granularity<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
Nothing to Hide, Nothing to Fear?<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
New Frontiers of Surveillance<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
Privacy R.I.P.?<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />What Is It We’re Trying to Protect?<br />No Single Definition of Privacy<b...
Uncharted Waters<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
Living in a Wired World<br />Frederick S. Lane<br />St. Michael’s College<br />24 February 2011<br />www.FrederickLane.com...
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2011-02-24 Living in a Wired World

A lecture delivered at St. Michael's College, Colchester, VT on February 24, 2011. "Living in a Wired World" is a look at the origins of the right to privacy and the impact of technology.

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2011-02-24 Living in a Wired World

  1. Living in a Wired World<br />Frederick S. Lane<br />St. Michael’s College<br />24 February 2011<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  2. Lecture Overview<br />Introduction<br />“So That a Man Can Stand Up”<br />Privacy in the Bill of Rights<br />1890 – Good or Bad Year for Privacy?<br />The Warren Court and Privacy<br />Our Changing Zone of Privacy<br />The Future of Privacy<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  3. Introduction<br />Attorney, Educational Consultant & Lecturer<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  4. Introduction<br />Attorney, Educational Consultant & Lecturer<br />Author of 5 Books<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  5. Introduction<br />Attorney, Educational Consultant & Lecturer<br />Author of 5 Books<br />Computer Forensics Expert<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  6. Introduction<br />Attorney, Educational Consultant & Lecturer<br />Author of 5 Books<br />Computer Forensics Expert<br />Chair, Burlington (VT) School Board<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  7. Introduction<br />Attorney, Educational Consultant & Lecturer<br />Author of 5 Books<br />Computer Forensics Expert<br />Chair, Burlington (VT) School Board<br />Student Safety & Privacy Advocate<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  8. “So That a Man Can Stand Up”<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  9. Privacy in the Bill of Rights<br />1st Amendment – Freedoms of speech, religion, association, assembly<br />2nd Amendment – Right to Bear Arms<br />3rd Amendment – No quartering of troops<br />4th Amendment – Freedom from unreasonable search and seizure<br />5th Amendment – Freedom from self-incrimination<br />6th Amendment – Right to counsel at trial<br />9th Amendment – Unenumerated rights reserved<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  10. 1890 – Good or Bad Year for Privacy?<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  11. 1890 – Good or Bad Year for Privacy?<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  12. 1890 – Good or Bad Year for Privacy?<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  13. Punchcards and Privacy<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  14. The Warren Court & Privacy<br />Mapp v. Ohio, 367 U.S. 643 (1961) – exclusionary rule<br />Griswold v. Connecticut, 381 U.S. 479 (1965) – establishing a “right to privacy”<br />Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966) – right to remain silent<br />Katz v. United States, 389 U.S. 347 (1967) – warrantless wiretapping is illegal<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  15. Our Changing Zone of Privacy<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  16. How Private Is Social Media?<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  17. We Are All Branded Now<br />Friends and Family<br />College administration and security<br />Graduate schools and fellowship committees<br />Future romantic partners/spouses<br />Future employers: at least 50% of all employers use Google and Facebook<br />Law Enforcement<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  18. The Wired Workplace<br />The Ethics of Googling Job Applicants<br />Other Types of Background Checks<br />Whose Wires Are They Anyway?<br />Free Speech and Employment<br />Is Your Boss Your “Friend”?<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  19. The Cost of Bad Publicity – Part 1<br />Stacy Snyder denied teaching license for MySpace photo labeled “Drunken Pirate”<br />Others have lost college admissions, scholarships, fellowships, even jobs<br />At least half of employers cite drinking or provocative photos as red flags<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  20. The Cost of Bad Publicity – Part 2<br />Ashley Payne, a 24-year-old high school English teacher, traveled to Europe for vacation and posted photos to her Facebook account<br />An anonymous individual forwarded one photo to school officials<br />Payne was summoned to the principal’s office and told to resign or be suspended.<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  21. GeoLocation & Granularity<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  22. Nothing to Hide, Nothing to Fear?<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  23. New Frontiers of Surveillance<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  24. Privacy R.I.P.?<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />What Is It We’re Trying to Protect?<br />No Single Definition of Privacy<br />Fundamental Concept is Control<br />Switch to “Opt-In” Model<br />Federal Privacy Protection Agency?<br />Education and Self-Control<br />A Transparent Society?<br />
  25. Uncharted Waters<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  26. Living in a Wired World<br />Frederick S. Lane<br />St. Michael’s College<br />24 February 2011<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />

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