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Luke Mondello

Facebook privacy and kids: Don't post photos of your kids online. - Slate Magazine - 0 views

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    A fascinating approach to internet privacy for children. In addition to a "no post" policy for content related to their daughter, these parents have created a "digital trust" of pre-registered accounts and domain names for her to access when she's mature enough.
Hannah Lesk

FTC chief: Kids' Internet privacy rules done by year's end | Reuters - 0 views

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    The Federal Trade Commission is working on updates to COPPA (Children's Online Privacy Protection Act) with implications for how children's data can be collected online. Is this an opportunity for a new generation of ed tech to use student data in more comprehensive and smarter ways, or a threat to children's privacy?
Chris Dede

Tech companies warn privacy rules will kill innovation - The Hill's Hillicon Valley - 0 views

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    This speaks to the issues we have discussed in class about people who have naive ideas about protecting children from digital threats
Chris Dede

IPhone and Android Apps Breach Privacy - WSJ.com - 7 views

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    no privacy with cognitive audit trains from phones
Brandon Bentley

Risk Reduction Strategies on Facebook - 1 views

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    How teens are leveraging facebook to meet their personal needs (super log-off, whitewashing).
Chris Dede

Web Upgrade HTML 5 May Weaken Privacy - NYTimes.com - 1 views

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    rapidly eroding privacy
Chris Dede

Tracking devices in school badges raise concerns | Houston & Texas News | Chron.com - H... - 1 views

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    What rights do students and parents have to privacy?

    Will teacher badges be next?
Ashley Lee

The Death Of Social Media - Forbes.com - 1 views

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    "Are spam, hackers, privacy concerns and commercialization killing social media?"
Kellie Demmler

Top News - How to protect your privacy on Facebook - 0 views

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    It seems the privacy issue is never ending and becoming even more of a topic as changes that are supposed to better control privacy make settings even more complicated.  
Ashley Lee

Colleges Battle Gossip Websites like ACB, JuicyCampus - TIME - 1 views

  • What used to be whispered on campuses is now broadcast, in the most cowardly way, for anyone with an Internet connection to see. Beverly Low, dean of first-year students at Colgate University, describes the phenomenon as an "electronic bathroom wall." The posts — which are often suffused with racism, sexism and homophobia — can be so vicious and juvenile that Ben Lieber, dean of students at Amherst College, likens them to "the worst of junior high."
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    on "electronic bathroom wall": elite universities are struggling with the problem of anonymous gossip sites
Jennifer Jocz

10 Web trends to watch in 2010 - CNN.com - 1 views

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    Article highlighting web trends from AR to privacy issues.
Nick Siewert

Google Offers Users a Peek At Stored Data - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com - 0 views

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    Google opens the book on privacy (somewhat).
David Chen

Official Google Blog: Transparency, choice and control - now complete with a Dashboard! - 0 views

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    Now you can see exactly how much information Google has on you with the launch of Google Dashboard - "Today, we are excited to announce the launch of Google Dashboard. Have you ever wondered what data is stored with your Google Account? The Google Dashboard offers a simple view into the data associated with your account - easily and concisely in one location."
Uly Lalunio

Google launches Dashboard privacy controls - 0 views

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    It's about time!
    "The Google Dashboard aggregates all of a user's Google service accounts - for sites such as Blogger, the blogging platform, and Picasa, the photo-sharing site - in to a single interface, providing one-click access to privacy settings and account-management tools. "
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