New media and privacy EVE IVASHUK & ROCÍO VILLENA
New Media?• We define "new media" as interactive forms of communication that use the Internet, including podcasts, RSS feeds, social networks, text messaging, blogs, wikis, virtual worlds and more!• New media makes it possible for anyone to create, modify, and share content and share it with others.
New Media?New media tools can help you: (3 C’s)• CONNECT people with information and services.• COLLABORATE with other people.• CREATE new content, services, communities, and channels of communication
Privacy?• Sphere of the personal life of an individual that develops in a reserved space and must be “kept confidential”.• Ensure that the transaction data is not violated by unwanted entities.• Regulating action edges.
Privacy in Social Networking• Privacy: level of protection available to all data and information that a person enters a social network, in the degree of accessibility to them than other Internet users or may have.• Privacy Settings: The operator decides what he wants to share with other users.
Risks• Fake profiles.• Impersonation.• Access to information from minors.The results could be, for example:• People who were robbed while they were in enjoying holidays.• Workers who commented on their heads improperly.• Couples who discover infidelity.
Curiosities!• Bug on Facebook could see the conversations in the chat of others.• Please Rob Me: Web to prevent theft in Social Networks.• Project Gay Gaydar reveals if you are based on Your Facebook Profile.• (Take this lollipop): Funny application that shows the disadvantages of Facebookutilizar privacy.
Curiosities!• Boyfriend Tracker:Controversial application to spy on yourpartner!
Common mistakes…• 1. Announce that they will not be home.• 2. Using an obvious password.• 3. Ignoring the privacy.• 4. Do not think before posting.• 5. Do not use private messages.• 6. public invitations.• 7. Mention the names of children under 13 years.• 8. Revealing the full date of birth.
New Media and Privacy Issues from Different Perspectives• Educational:• Most of users are students.• Fake profiles from minors.• Moral• Existence of profiles of dead people.
• Educational:Most of users are students.Fake profiles from minors.• MoralExistence of profiles of dead people.
New Media and Privacy Issues from Different Perspectives• SociologicalSocial networks influence our behavior and management of finances and the way we vote.• The make money from our data.• Technological:Use of new technological media, as smartphones that allows the connection every time everywhere.