Privacy and security in a New Media World

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Presentation from Dad's Track at Type A Mom conference in Asheville NC Sept 25 2010

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Privacy and security in a New Media World

  1. 1. Privacy and Security in a New Media World Dad's track TypeAMomConference.com
  2. 2. Who are we? Ryan Boyles Jim Turner @theRab @genuine flavors.me/rab onebyonemedia.com #typeamom #dadstalking
  3. 3. In a world... ...where personal branding is the new normal, privacy is not just another buzz word for parents. We must balance safety and success in real-time with New Media and Blogging.
  4. 4. Let's talk about... 1. How are our perspectives of privacy changing? 2. How is the shift in online personas affecting blogs? 3. Who is the invisible audience, really? Are they still invisible? 4. What is the inherit value of publicness? 5. Can you be "social" online without Facebook? 6. What part do Privacy laws play in parenting online? 7. How do bloggers find the right balance between public and "private" sharing? 8. Why does living online mean opening Pandora's box? 9. Is there a generational divide online? 10. If personal "content" is a New Media commodity, what does that make "users" who create it? 11. What are the expectations of the new Internet Society? 12. Are safety evaluation criteria available? 13. What does it mean to grow up online in 2010? 14. What is the new new media approach to teen safety and "friends?" 15. What happens when families are not longer? 16. Danah Boyd said "Privacy is not dead" but is it kinda undead? 17. Who made 2010 the year of "Daddy Bloggers" anyway? :)
  5. 5. Perspective is reality How are our perspectives of privacy changing? How is the shift in online personas affecting blogs? Who is the invisible audience, really? Are they still invisible?
  6. 6. via jess3
  7. 7. Living online How do bloggers find the right balance between public and "private" sharing? Why does living online mean opening Pandora's box?
  8. 8. Privacy Privacy through obscurity is not realistic But we still have reasonable expectation of privacy
  9. 9. Facebook Facebook has changed the world Expectations of an Internet society Can you be "social" online without Facebook?
  10. 10. Face Smash
  11. 11. Content If personal "content" is a New Media commodity, what does that make "users" who create it? What are the expectations of the new Internet Society?
  12. 12. Hello World Introverts become extroverts online Live-blogging births and crowd-sourced baby names
  13. 13. @babywaldow via @djwaldow
  14. 14. Security What is the new new media approach to teen safety and "friends?" What part do Privacy laws play in parenting online?
  15. 15. The kids are okay? What does it mean to grow up online in 2010? What is the new new media approach to teen safety and "friends?"
  16. 16. Family matters Is there a generational divide online? What happens when you are no longer a family?
  17. 17. Public What is the inherit value of publicness? Danah Boyd said "Privacy is not dead" but is it kinda undead?
  18. 18. Final thoughts Audience engagement and daily life are the odd couple of New Media. Reasonable expectations of privacy are important and real. Trust, control and creativity are not mutually exclusive.
  19. 19. Thanks Please share with us! Tweet your live-blogs, questions, comments and recaps to #typeamom #dadstalking Type A Mom's Conference http://typeamomconference.com/schedule/
  20. 20. Who are we? (again) Ryan Boyles Jim Turner @theRab @genuine flavors.me/rab onebyonemedia.com

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