mcmorgan + privacy   11

Daring Fireball: Wading Through AccuWeather’s Bullshit Response
Be aware. But be aware of the rhetorical moves of the companies that appear to grant privacy.
privacy  en3177  rhetoric 
29 days ago by mcmorgan
An Inconvenient Proof
A primer on data collection and processing. "Unless individuals are offered personal clouds or methodologies that provide privacy by design, it’s time to recognize that keeping people from controlling their personal data means we remove their ability to control their identity."
privacy  identity  data_analysis 
november 2015 by mcmorgan
The Web We Need to Give Students — Bright — Medium
Audrey weighs in on The domain of ones own initiative. "And then — contrary to what happens at most schools, where a student’s work exists only inside a learning management system and cannot be accessed once the semester is over — the domain and all its content are the student’s to take with them. It is, after all, their education, their intellectual development, their work.
dh  d2l  privacy 
july 2015 by mcmorgan
A Domain of One's Own | University of Mary Washington
U Mary Washington gets it right: "freshmen with their own domain names and Web space. Students will have the freedom to create subdomains, install any LAMP-compatible software, setup databases and email addresses, and carve out their own space on the web that they own and control"
ple  fyc  d2l  bigdata  identity  privacy  learninganalytics 
august 2013 by mcmorgan
Personal, Not Private | Gardner Writes
Gardner weighs in on revealing the personal not only as shareable but valuable. "I think those aspects of the person that are not private not only can be shared but ought to be shared. This is what we mean when we tell writers they should find their own voices. This is what we mean when we say we seek to “know as we are known,” as Parker Palmer insists. This is what we mean when we talk about “integration of self,” when we speak of our concern for"
socialmedia  privacy  #en3177 
february 2013 by mcmorgan
‘Weblining’
Add this to The Horrors of Data Aggregation. from Lori Andrews is a law professor at Chicago-Kent College of Law.
#en3177  a&e  facebook  data_analysis  socialnetworking  privacy 
february 2012 by mcmorgan
A Simple Guide for a Mindful Digital Life | zen habits
A how to: " How do we:
Connect the dots between our worlds in a way that propels us forward without overwhelming us with technology?
Shine a light on who we really are, but protect our identities and right to privacy?

Perhaps too minimal.
Share with the world, but only what’s appropriate for the world to see?

I say the simplest answer is to find the bonds that already exist and focus on them until they define us, ignoring the rest. Here’s how I do that. Take what works for you and leave the rest.
#en3177  socialpractices  twitter  privacy  sharing 
march 2011 by mcmorgan
apophenia » Blog Archive » Facebook and “radical transparency” (a rant)
radical transparency.” In short, Kirkpatrick argues that Zuckerberg believes that people will be better off if they make themselves transparent. Not only that, society will be better off. (We’ll ignore the fact that Facebook’s purse strings may be better off too.) My encounters with Zuckerberg lead me to believe that he genuinely believes this, he genuinely believes that society will be better off if people make themselves transparent
facebook  privacy  socialmedia  socialnetworking  credibility  fyc 
may 2010 by mcmorgan
Professors experiment with Twitter as teaching tool - JSOnline
List of faculty at Marquette who are using twitter for classes and why. The usual reasons and uses. One warning to limit personal exchanges.
twitter  socialpractices  socialmedia  privacy  facebook  teaching  fyc 
july 2009 by mcmorgan

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