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Category Archives: teenagers
It’s easy to think of privacy and publicity as opposing concepts, and a lot of technology is built on the assumption that you have to choose to be private or public. Yet in practice, both privacy and publicity are blurred. (danah 76) As with many of the issues surrounding cryptography, privacy versus publicity […] Continue reading
Some teens see privacy as a right, but many more see privacy as a matter of trust. Thus, when parents choose to snoop or lurk or read their online posts, these teens see it as a signal of distrust. -danah boyd (It’s Complicated, page 73) I can remember in 8th grade when my friends’ parents starting […] Continue reading