Tweet summaries of danah boyd’s SXSW talk on “Privacy and Publicity”

greggyour: RT @dotRights: #danahboyd calls it dismantling contextual integrity = privacy violation.

mblafkin: #DanahBoyd basically saying: not worried about #privacy vs. sharing, but we ARE worried about the Worlds Colliding problem

hastac: RT @MobileBehavior: Just because people put things in public places, doesn’t mean they want them to be aggregated

namtrok: Personal (relationship based) vs Articulated vs Behavioral networks. (like location svcs) #danahboyd crossing those lines can cause issues

StaceyMonk: RT @rachelannyes: “People make information available in part to make themselves vulnerable.” That builds relationships

 greggyour: RT @mr_lbs: Personal (relationship based) vs Articulated vs Behavioral networks. (like location svcs)

JosephDickerson: RT @McClennan: It’s the technologists that say privacy is dead. Many consumers still share but crave obscurity

blakecannon: RT @hastac: “Early adopters are consistently surprised at how a community changes when it becomes mainstream

CauseGlobal: RT @amandafrench: Danah Boyd has been asking nontechie users what their privacy settings are: not one has actually got it right

dotRights: #danahboyd technologists use argument that privacy is dead in order to justify their desire to make more info public

elysa: RT @drkkolmes: Last Dec, 65% Facebook users made their info public when they selected new privacy changes

dgebler: Teens want to be seen online by peers, but they don’t want to be seen by people who have power over them… namely parent

rachelannyes: “Making something that is public more public is a violation of privacy.”

smc90: interesting: teen demographic more conscious of what they gain in public, adults more conscious of what they lose

greggyour: RT @mbjorn: RT @pgillin: FB is about communicating with the ppl you already know. Twitter has become a place people find an audience

ayatlin: RT @simonmainwaring: #SXSW #danahboyd In life, private by default, public by effort is normal. In social media its the opposite.

johnmjones: Reaction to trending topics during BET awards show how “not everyone is welcome in public spaces

dotRights: #danahboyd talks about those who CANNOT embrace a public-by-default world w/o fear (political, religious, racial minorities)

Beckland: #danahboyd has influence, therefore has control of her #sm presence. Marginalized people have the opposite response to #sm #sxsw #sxswi

joncamfield: RT @hastac: danah: “How public is your kids teacher allowed to be online?” Can s/he date, be perself, etc.

dotRights: public-by-default is not the great democratizer we would like it to be.

smc90: Technologies like Chatroulette blur boundaries between privacy & publicity - expect more such mashups

Beckland: #danahboyd “there is no algorithm to parse private vs public, and changes with each person and over time”

greggyour: RT @PARCinc: Technologists: when designing social systems, you’re moving from code to living systems. Must listen to users when changing

MediaFunders: RT @lizwinks: If you are talking to your kids about privacy DO NOT start w/ “back in my day”. Ask questions

customersmarket: Oxymoronic but true - bloggers and celebs put a lot of info out there to actually maintain more privacy. I know I do that!

hesnow: The paradoxical wisdom of Angela Jolie: the more she puts out in public, the more she can maintain privacy

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