"Privacy and Publicity in the Context of Big Data"

  • apr 2010
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Mooi en goed onderbouwd pleidooi voor het belang van privacy en de zorgvuldigheid waarmee ontwerpers, bouwers en marketeers moeten omgaan met de persoonlijke informatie die mensen in social media verspreiden. Context Matters!

Bovendien bevat het verhaal een groot aantal heldere observaties:
  1. *Measuring tie strength through frequency or public articulation misses the point: tie strength is about a mental model of importance and signals trust and reliability and dependence.*
  2. *People seek privacy so that they can make themselves vulnerable in order to gain something: personal support, knowledge, friendship, etc.*
  3. *The more you try to formalize and model social interactions, the more you disturb the balance of them. Our collective tendency to treat social data as an abstractable entity rather than soylent green puts people at risk. If you don't understand what the data is or where it comes from, how you use it can be deeply problematic. And when you implement new features based on misinterpretations, you can hurt people.*
"Privacy and Publicity in the Context of Big Data"

"Privacy and Publicity in the Context of Big Data"

http://www.danah.org/papers/talks/2010/WWW2010....