Ethics – Week 9 – Reading questions

Boyd brings up an interesting point about what role viewers hold in privacy vs. publicity issues on SNS. Might we hold some responsibility in what we choose to look at? How could norms be reconstructed to make viewer responsibility more hegemonic?

If I were a teenager right now, how would I have reacted to the educational Facebook strategies Boyd is proposing? What might a proposal for parents look like?

What is a worst-case-scenario kind of situation with (as one article called them) privacy ‘snafus’? And what would it mean for individuals, society, organizations, etc?

Google+ vs. Facebook. Compare/contrast re: privacy, teens, dominant culture, etc…

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