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Steven Szalaj

Flipping the Switches on Facebook's Privacy Controls - NYTimes.com - 31 views

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    A description of what FB can do with your actions, posts and clicks and how you can control what FB does with that information.  Sort of.
Roland Gesthuizen

Is Parents Access To Their Child's Facebook A Privacy Issue? | The Cyber Safety Lady - 7 views

  • In the best of circumstances, you hope that as a parent you and your children can talk fairly openly about any issues they are having, and that issues can be resolved within the family, without the need for any “spying”. In families that are NOT in crisis, ways of fostering trust are all about respect, and open conversations held in a safe environment.
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    "There is to be a discussion amongst the Australian Attorney Generals about the privacy laws in regards to parents having legal access to their children's Facebook accounts .. Unfortunately if you need to force your way into your child's Facebook account to "Spy" on them it's probably because there is already a problem with trust and your child's safety is probably in question."
Roland Gesthuizen

Is the Internet hurting children? - CNN.com - 61 views

  • The explosive growth of social media, smartphones and digital devices is transforming our kids' lives, in school and at home. Research tells us that even the youngest of our children are migrating online, using tablets and smartphones, downloading apps.
  • All adults know that the teen years are a critical time for identity exploration and experimentation. Yet this important developmental phase can be dramatically twisted when that identity experimentation, however personal and private, appears permanently on one's digital record for all to see.
  • Howard Gardner, a professor and researcher at the Harvard Graduate School of Education who developed the concept of multiple intelligences, calls kids' use of digital media and technology "epochal change." He compares the revolution in digital media to the invention of the printing press because of its extraordinary impact on the way we communicate, share information and interact with one another. As a society, we have no choice but to engage with this new reality and work to ensure that it affects our kids in healthy, responsible ways.
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    'Amid the buzz over the Facebook IPO, the ever-evolving theories about how Twitter is reshaping our communications and speculation about where the next social media-enabled protest or revolution will occur, there is an important question we've largely ignored. What are the real effects of all this on the huge segment of the population most affected by social media themselves: our children and our teens?'
Roland Gesthuizen

» the nurses desk: » nursing student expelled over placenta pic. - 51 views

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    "Your demeanor and lack of professional behavior surrounding this event was considered a disruption to the learning environment and did not exemplify the professional behavior that we expect in the nursing program" - compare the top and the bottom sections of this blog post. LIfe
D. S. Koelling

Six Steps for Checking Your Facebook Privacy - ProfHacker - The Chronicle of Higher Edu... - 72 views

  • The goal of the workshop was to help students become aware of how much they share on Facebook and to help them make conscious decisions about what they would share.
  • Unfortunately, Facebook changes its interface on a semi-regular basis, so I thought it might prove useful to share the six steps I walk students through to help them check the various places where Facebook has tucked its different privacy settings. And yes, you read that correctly: there are six different steps for locking down your Facebook privacy settings.
anonymous

Let's Go to Court:One-Point-Oh Responses to a 2.0 Reality - 55 views

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    The 1.0 world seeks fault; the 2.0 world allows for collaboration across time and space. How do you determine agency in the 2.0 world?
anonymous

In The Spirit of the Season, Time Magazine Rips You a New One: Of Prizes and WMDs - 77 views

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    Time's Man of the Year: is this a teachable moment?
anonymous

148 Followers and Nothing On: Digital Voyeurism and the Public Sphere - 32 views

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    How private are our students posts to Twitter? To FaceBook? 
Linda Lyster

What is your Privacy Score? - 52 views

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    See what your facebook account looks like to non-friends and get your online privacy score. Great tool for teaching digital citizenship.
Steven Parker

Does Facebook generation care if privacy is dying? - Opinion - Belfasttelegraph.co.uk - 26 views

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    Excellent opinion piece articulating the implications of the loss of privacy for individuals who put their personal data out into world in particular the surrendering of their sense of offline individuality to being a small part of a larger online community of people whereby their personal identity is reflected in their standing as part of an online network.
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    Excellent opinion piece articulating the implications of the loss of privacy for individuals who put their personal data out into world in particular the surrendering of their sense of offline individuality to being a small part of a larger online community of people whereby their personal identity is reflected in their standing as part of an online network.
Bill Genereux

join diaspora - blog - 21 views

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    Social networking open source alternative to Facebook or Ning currently under development and expected to be released in late 2010
Kathy Gill

Web Privacy : In Praise of Oversharing - 34 views

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    From Time Magazine; Where Good Ideas Come From by Johnson
Phil Taylor

Weblogg-ed » Teach. Facebook. Now. - 52 views

  • From the “We Continue to Bury Our Heads in the Sand Department” comes the question (once again) why are we blocking Facebook instead of teaching it?
Steve Ransom

Teachers Under Fire for Internet Use - TheApple.com - 89 views

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    Some teachers need to get a license in common sense!!!!
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    Another story of the fringe minority of irresponsible web users. These are the kinds of "scare" stories that our mainstream media love to pick up an run with, making it look like technology is "dangerous" and has not place in education. this is perhaps and better opportunity to instruct learners on becoming more responsible about their "digital footprints."
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