Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity<br />Miia Vistilä<br />Floora Ruokonen<br />Universityof Helsi...
Introduction: <br />From tabloids to Facebook<br />Privacy as Contextual Integrity (PCI)<br />Social Networking Sites (SNS...
Privacy as Contextual Integrity<br />General idea:<br />Norms of transferring information<br />Contexts formed around valu...
PCI as a Compilative Theory<br />Normative<br />Multifacetedness<br />Public-private –dicotomy <br />19.5.2011<br />4<br /...
PCI and ReasonableExpectations of Privacy<br />Privacy as right<br />Origins of reasonableness<br />The problemof conserva...
PCI and the Challenges of Normativity<br />The aims of PCI<br />The twosenses of privacy as a normativeconcept<br />New co...
Contexts in SNS<br />19.5.2011<br />7<br />"Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity" <br />FlooraRuoko...
Conclusions: Privacy Claims in SNS<br />The origins of privacyexpectations<br />Whenare the expectationsreasonable?<br />T...
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Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity

  1. 1. Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity<br />Miia Vistilä<br />Floora Ruokonen<br />Universityof Helsinki<br />
  2. 2. Introduction: <br />From tabloids to Facebook<br />Privacy as Contextual Integrity (PCI)<br />Social Networking Sites (SNS)<br />19.5.2011<br />2<br />"Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity" <br />FlooraRuokonen & MiiaVistilä, University of Helsinki<br />
  3. 3. Privacy as Contextual Integrity<br />General idea:<br />Norms of transferring information<br />Contexts formed around values<br />"Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity" <br />FlooraRuokonen & MiiaVistilä, University of Helsinki<br />19.5.2011<br />3<br />
  4. 4. PCI as a Compilative Theory<br />Normative<br />Multifacetedness<br />Public-private –dicotomy <br />19.5.2011<br />4<br />"Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity" <br />FlooraRuokonen & MiiaVistilä, University of Helsinki<br />
  5. 5. PCI and ReasonableExpectations of Privacy<br />Privacy as right<br />Origins of reasonableness<br />The problemof conservativity<br />19.5.2011<br />5<br />"Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity" <br />FlooraRuokonen & MiiaVistilä, University of Helsinki<br />
  6. 6. PCI and the Challenges of Normativity<br />The aims of PCI<br />The twosenses of privacy as a normativeconcept<br />New contexts and justifiedexpectations of privacy<br />19.5.2011<br />6<br />"Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity" <br />FlooraRuokonen & MiiaVistilä, University of Helsinki<br />
  7. 7. Contexts in SNS<br />19.5.2011<br />7<br />"Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity" <br />FlooraRuokonen & MiiaVistilä, University of Helsinki<br />
  8. 8. Conclusions: Privacy Claims in SNS<br />The origins of privacyexpectations<br />Whenare the expectationsreasonable?<br />The problem of identifyingcontexts<br />19.5.2011<br />8<br />"Social Networking Sites and Privacy as Contextual Integrity" <br />FlooraRuokonen & MiiaVistilä, University of Helsinki<br />

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