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Protect

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Protect

  1. 1. Protect
  2. 2. Protect: Outline Do I fully understand the privacy settings on my social networking sites? Am I ready to take responsibility for everything I post online – now and into the future? Do I know the difference between public and private space? Is invasion of privacy ever justified? Is the Internet public or private space?
  3. 3. Protect: Chris Tindal“Does it count if someone else is cupping my chest?” Image courtesy of Chris Tindal
  4. 4. Protect: Chris Tindal “If someone has demonstrated a pattern of bad judgment, or done or said something highly objectionable, they should answer for it. But one or two “gotcha” photos? Shouldthat really disqualify one from public service? Ultimately it’s up to voters to decide, but I tend to think not.” - Chris Tindal
  5. 5. Protect: StrategiesWhat you can do to managewho sees what on socialnetworking sites:• Read up on Facebook’s new approach to privacy on ReclaimPrivacy.org• Learn how to manage and alter settings on Facebook’s Guide to Privacy Screencap courtesy of Facebook
  6. 6. Protect: StrategiesWhat you can do to managewho sees what on socialnetworking sites:• Always check for terms of use and privacy guidelines on any site you choose to have an account with. Make sure they work for you Screencap courtesy of Twitter
  7. 7. Protect: Glen ClarkImage courtesy ….Isn’t this an invasion of privacy?of Holster(Flickr)
  8. 8. Protect: Glen Clark Yes, but.. Because Clark was a public figure, the media organization published the invasive footage believing they could prove it was in the public interest.Image courtesy of Kenjonbro (Flickr)
  9. 9. Protect: Strategies• The general rule of thumb is that what happens in public, is public• Your right to an expectation of privacy is waived in a public space Image courtesy of JohannaClear (Flickr)
  10. 10. Protect: Strategies• The internet is public space• Courts rule in terms of ‘reasonable expectation’ Image courtesy of Vectorportal (Flickr)
  11. 11. What’s your digital tattoo?
  12. 12. Resources Tindal, Chris. “My inevitable Facebook scandal.” Chris Tindal. N.p., Web. 12 July 2012/ Private (c) Holster® (http://www.flickr.com/photos/holster/195031415/in/photostream/). CC BY-NC- ND-C 2.0 Photographers Corner (c) Kenjonbro (http://www.flickr.com/photos/kenjonbro/6341049000/in/photostream/). CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 IMG_0102 (c) JohannaClear (http://www.flickr.com/photos/51035524905@N01/7579688702/in/photostream/). CC BY- NC-SA 2.0 Hand Of Justice Vector Art (c) Vectorportal (http://www.flickr.com/photos/vectorportal/5621821439/in/photostream/). CC BY 2.0 tr

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