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Debate Digital & Private life

  1. 1. DEBATE SESSIONBRAND, DIGITAL AND CREATIONPRIVATE LIFE IN A DIGITAL LIFEFEBRUARY 2013
  2. 2. VINAY, José SergioJO, JunhyonYANG, ChunjiayiVOINEA, AndraSAVOCA, GabrieleLAUK, AndreasWANG, Hsing-YiVIJAYKAR, Sneha#1THE DIGITALREVIEWPress / digital review: digitalcommunication / facts newsIndividual review of digital related topicsto be presented in a short talk (5 mnmax)The article / document / photograph isto be accessible for the entire group(through a link or a photocopy or anyother copy)
  3. 3. #2THE DEBATEVINAY, José SergioMORITZ, PalomaHU, FeiningSAVOCA, GabrieleLU, LanyaoLEJARD, JulieJO, JunhyonVOINEA, AndraMASMEJEAN, LouiseLAUK, AndreasLI, MengyingACHART, IsabelleGroup 1 Group 2Is Internet the end ofour private life ?Is Internettransparency acondition to security,honesty andtranquillity.
  4. 4. RESPECT THERULES
  5. 5. THE DEBATEKEYPARADOXES TOREMEMBER
  6. 6. 1. OIKOS VS POLISINTIMACY AS APOLITICAL QUESTION
  7. 7. THE PARADOX OF ACONSTANTLYCHANGING NOTION• TRADITIONAL OPPOSITION BETWEENOIKOS (THE INDIVIDUALLY RULEDPERSONAL SPACE) AND THE POLIS (CITY)• BEFORE THE 18TH CENTURY, NOLEGITIMACY OF PRIVATE LIFE HABERMAS « REPRESENTATIONALCULTURE »• AFTER THE FRENCH REVOLUTION, THEBOURGEOIS SOCIETY INVENTS PRIVATE LIFE(EG. THE DIARY) SEPARATED FROM THEPUBLIC SPHERE (OFFENTLICHKEIT).• MASS MEDIA ARE SUPPOSED TO HAVEWEAKENED THE PUBLIC SPHERE DURINGTHE 20TH CENTURY.• INTERNET – THAT IS SUPPOSED TO BE THEPUBLIC SPHERE OF THE 21ST CENTURY – ISINVADED BY PRIVATE LIVES AND A HIGHCONFUSION BETWEEN PRIVATE ANDPUBLIC LIFE.
  8. 8. https://www.google.com/settings/ads/onweb2. DIGITAL INTIMACYIS NOT ABOUT WHOYOU ARE, BUTABOUT WHAT YOUDO
  9. 9. 3. SOME USERS ARETRYING TO TAKEPROFIT OUT OFPRIVATE LIFE LOSS
  10. 10. http://www.intel.com/museumofme/r/index.htm…LOOSING SOMEINTIMACY MAY BE ASOURCE OF UTILITY
  11. 11. 4. RADICALTRANSPARENCY ISSEEN AS ACONDITION OFPROGRESS
  12. 12. OPEN SOURCE,TRANSPARENCY ANDULTRA-FREEDOM ASCONDITIONS FORDEMOCRACY
  13. 13. 5. TRANSPARENCYAS A FRONTIER INOURCONTEMPORARYWORLD
  14. 14. BUT DEFINITELYCREATING AMONITORED WORLD ANTIDOTES:BANALITY/TRIVIALITYPERSONAABUNDANCE
  15. 15. BIBLIOGRAPHY
  16. 16. WEBOGRAPHYhttp://www.zephoria.org/thoughts/archives/2008/03/09/how_youth_find.htmlhttp://www.nytimes.com/2008/03/09/business/09cell.html?_r=2&http://www.zephoria.org/thoughts/archives/2006/05/20/erosion_of_yout.htmlhttp://www.artisopensource.nethttp://wikileaks.org

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