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Dr Zoetanya Sujon

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Facebook’s Privacy Turn: New Protections or New Markets?

Facebook has recently announced a shift in its focus towards “the future as private” which includes a growing emphasis on closed groups and the introduction of encrypted messaging. Continue reading “Facebook’s Privacy Turn: New Protections or New Markets?”

Trolling, privacy and public attention: reflections on our ECREA panel

At first appearance, it seemed like our paper on the ethics of privacy was out of step with the others on trolls and trolling in digital culture.  Continue reading “Trolling, privacy and public attention: reflections on our ECREA panel”

Balancing sharing culture and privacy: social media and the public self

In collaboration with Lisette Johnston, we asked 7 London residents to keep diaries tracking and reflecting on the things they shared on social media every day for a week. Continue reading “Balancing sharing culture and privacy: social media and the public self”

Early observations on privacy in sharing culture

Many claim that privacy is impossible in a digital age. Every online movement and action is tracked by behavioural analytics, global social media platforms, probably several governments and also by peers, families Continue reading “Early observations on privacy in sharing culture”

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