Posts Tagged “privacy”
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So I’ve been a little lax on my “weekly” reading round-ups, but slowly trying to get back in the swing of balancing out intake to output. As many of you know, Thursday was Data Privacy Day. Google released a video and written listing of its privacy principles, explaining how it uses its user data. Speaking […]
Tweeting Grief: the politics of public mourning
By Xiaochang Li | December 26, 2009
I recently stumbled across a post on tomatonation.com regarding the controversy surrounding prominent mommy-blogger Shellie Ross’ decision to tweet about her son drowning. I had heard vaguely about it previously and dismissed it with a long-suffering “oh lord, the internets” eyeroll, but the tomatonation piece make me think about it a little more closely. Putting […]
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