The price of social sharing

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The price of social sharing

  1. 1. Photo Credit: iqoncept
  2. 2. We share almost on Facebook—photos, places,thoughts, relationship status, jobs, etc.Photo credit:www.facebook.com/about/timeline
  3. 3. Photo Credit:Brian AJacksonIt’s all aboutwithBut at whatPrice?
  4. 4. “But the can sometimes be , and ifsaid person-of-affection somehow manages to pass a thorough stalking, youcan probably forget any of that pre-date giddiness. Goodbye butterflies and, I already know everything about you.”-- Allison McCann, How Facebook Ruined DatingPhoto Credit : joeywan, Flickr
  5. 5. “--Sherry Turkle, The Flight From ConversationPhoto credit: ajvin, Flickr
  6. 6. “Millennials recognize thatgiving up some of theircan provide to them.”--Jeffery I. Cole, Director, USC Annenberg Center for the Digital FutureWhat are the consequences?Photo Credit:Life Mental Health, Flickr
  7. 7. Photo Credit:djwaldow, Flickr
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  10. 10. “Facebook stalking may include of a particularuser’s profile and pictures, as well as orposting comments to another Facebook user.”--www.techopedia.com/definition/27873/facebook-stalkingPhoto Credit: Coletivo Mambembe, Flickr
  11. 11. Who are the online stalkers?Photo Credit: The Daily LifePhoto Credit: lassedesignen / Fotolia
  12. 12. They could be your acquaintancesPhoto Credit : Google Image, keywords: English 106
  13. 13. They could be your workplace colleagues.Photo Credit: AgentSeta
  14. 14. They could be your overprotective parents.Photo Credit: afagen
  15. 15. They could be your exes.Photo Credit :Riccardo Bandiera
  16. 16. Or worse, they are thePhoto Credit:Photo Credit: Marsmet tallahssee
  17. 17. “When that harassment occurs online, the victims tend to bein the social groups – and they are oftenfriends or former friends, .”--From bullying to relationships: Mapping our online communications, e!Science NewsPhoto Credit: Nigel Cooke
  18. 18.  Over of adolescents and teens have been bullied online, and aboutthe same number have engaged in cyber bullying. Over of adolescents and teens have been bulliedrepeatedly through their cell phones or the Internet.--Cyber bullying statistic, i-Safe FoundationPhoto Credit: Adam Clarke
  19. 19. Photo Credit: Facebook/YouTube
  20. 20. It is time toPhoto Credit: www.stopcyberbullying.com
  21. 21. Surly, we can demand thesocial media sites to changetheir privacy policies.Or the government shouldimplement cyber-bullyinglaws to punish the cyberbullies.Photo Credit: Open Icon Library Photo Credit: detsang
  22. 22. But there is always something thatwe, as can do.Let me ask you the question again—
  23. 23. It is time to protect ouronline privacy.Photo Credit: www.facebook.com
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