#PrivChat #Privacy Summary for October 11th, 2011
Every week we host a Privacy Chat on Twitter on Tuesday Noon ET. The main moderator is the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) found on twitter @EPICPrivacy. Regards, Shaun Dakin (founder) - @PrivacyCamp and Amie Stepanovich - @EPICPrivacyMore here > https://epic.org/privchat/
Topics come from the Twitter Community. Every week we ask anyone who can access twitter to propose topics for discussion. Feel free to join us and discuss what you care about.
- Then we post the topics about an hour before the chat starts
- We have some rules :)
Q1: What is the Role of Privacy in Our Electronic Culture? (background available at Business Insider: Privacy is for old people says LinkedIn founder and SMP: Profiled - Hibe.com - The privacy focused social network)
Q2: The Machine: Is Mass Data Collection Justified By Threat Assessment? (background available at CNET: Homeland Security moves forward with 'pre-crime' detection, New York Times: Government Aims to Build a "Data Eye in the Sky", and California Watch: CSU police official calls for colleges to monitor students online)
Q3: Are Innovation and Privacy Mutually Exclusive? (background available at Abine: How Encryption Can Keep Facebook From Snooping in Your Chats and PC World: How to Stop Facebook, Google+, and Twitter From Tracking You and Plus Headlines: Google+ Adds New Sharing Options)
Q4: Privacy Politics: What Should We Expect in 2012? (background available at Tech President: How Campaigns' Use of Facebook Data Might Change the 2012 Election and Mother Jones: The Democrats' Voter Privacy Fail)
- Topics come from a lot of people !
- Introductions > Every week we ask people to introduce themselves to the group.
Here are some of the folks that joined us this week.
- Question One
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