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The Erosion of Privacy and the Rise of Publicness…and why it’s a good thing

The Erosion of Privacy and the Rise of Publicness…and why it’s a good thing

Gabriel García Márquez once wisely observed, “Everyone has three lives: a public life, a private life, and a secret life.” In an era where individuals take to social networks to not only connect with one another, but also share experiences, the “statusphere” as I call it, is transforming a media ecosystem into a very personal EGOsystem. In social media, we choose the life we broadcast through every status update, tweet, video, post, comment, and like we share. And, whether we realize…

(R)evolution: Stanford Law’s Ryan Calo on Privacy Harm and Education

Welcome to the (R)evolution, a new series that connects you to the people, trends, and ideas defining the future of business, culture, and media. There’s a poignant observation by Gabriel García Márquez I’d like to share with you, “Everyone has three lives: a public life, a private life, and a secret life.” Which do you broadcast? The social web is not powered by technology as much as it is by people. While it is the responsibility of social networks and…

REPORT: Facebook and the New Age of Privacy

It’s said that opposites attract. However, in social media, it’s quite the opposite. The idea of privacy and publicity are in fact at odds with one another. And at the heart of the matter, one social network is caught in the crossfire of sharing information and TMI (too much information). The line that separates privacy and openness remains undefined as it continues to shift as individuals learn important life lessons about the benefits and risks of living in public. As…

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