American College of California Privacy Culture and Security Discussion

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PART 2

It is worth examining the pervasiveness of the extent to which we have sacrificed our privacy in order to be “connected.”

Privacy and culture:

View “Nosedive,” Season 3, Episode 1, Black Mirror (Netflix, 2016).

In class, we watch the first 12 minutes of the episode, until Lacie completes the interview with her adviser at the social media company. You probably won’t be able to stop watching until the end. Sorry.

Privacy, culture, and science:

Do we know how our data are used?

View Jennifer Golbeck, “Your Social Media ‘Likes’ Expose More Than You Think,” TED

https://www.ted.com/talks/jennifer_golbeck_the_curly_fry_conundrum_why_social_media_likes_say_more_than_you_might_think

Privacy, law, politics and business:

Do we have to know we’re vulnerable to be vulnerable? Do we have to know we’re victims to be victims? Do we have to know we’re hostages to be hostages? Most importantly, if we’re hostages, do we have to be unhappy?

Read Aral Balkan. “We didn’t lose control—it was stolen”

https://2018.ar.al/notes/we-didnt-lose-control-it-was-stolen/

Are we innocent in the privacy catastrophe? Jon Ronson, author of So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed, thinks not.

View Jon Ronson, “How one tweet can ruin your life,” TED

(WARNING: OBSCENE LANGUAGE, REFERENCES TO SEXUAL ASSAULT)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAIP6fI0NAI

Write at least two developed paragraphs in answer to this question: “Is it ever ethically defensible to shame someone?” Post it to DISCUSSION 7: SHAME. Respond to 2 other posts.

THIS DISCUSSION (YOUR POST AND YOUR RESPONSES TO 2 OTHER POSTS) IS DUE BY 11:59 PM ON THE SUNDAY OF WEEK 4 OF THE COURSE: 07/10/22.

List of Topics and Sub-Modules for Week 4: PRIVACY and SECURITY

American College of California Privacy Culture and Security Discussion

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