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    in Education

    Discussion on Privacy as it pertains to Social Media

  • 00:26

    Privacy Podcast

    in Social Networking

    We'll be talking about the wiki's we posted and privacy with facebook.

  • 00:31

    Virtual Privacy

    in Education

    Online social networks have transformed the way that we relate, organize, and create meaning in our global society.  People and communities that have never interacted now routinely have the ability to learn collectively and interact in a virtual shared space. Cloud computing, ecommerce, smart phones, and virtual social graphs provide the foundation for the tremendous benefits of this global connectivity, but also present a shared vulnerability and provide others with,” the power to damage (Johnson et al 2011, p. 2)”.

    In a survey of Facebook users, 91% of participants were unaware of the terms of service and even when made aware of the privacy options and terms of service, few users changed their privacy standards (Hull et al 2010). The definition of the term friend seems to be the crux of the issue as the watered down interpretation of friend – someone that you may know or that of a friend of a friend is provided access to your network.  A friend in an off-line setting most often is afforded privileges once trust and intention are ascertained, but on-line, all friends are created and treated equally. Is your personal information safe?  What about the safety of youth on Facebook? Who is responsible for privacy standards - the industry or the individual? Join Tony,Jen, and Melissa's discussion about privacy and trust on social networking sites.

    Join Jen, Tony, and Melissa's discussion about privacy on Facebook.

  • 02:01


    in Current Events

    how Important is privacy, and where do you draw the line?

  • 00:31

    Privacy Resources

    in Internet

    This program will be featuring Privacy Resources Subject Tracer™. This Internet Annotated Link Dataset Compilation is dedicated to the latest and most competent resources for privacy available over the Internet. The following selected privacy resources, sites, indexes and alerts offer excellent knowledge and information discovery sources to help you accomplish your privacy research and discovery goals! We will also discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V12N9 September 2014 featuring: a) Peer to Peer (P2P), File Sharing, Grid and Matrix Search Engines; b) Semantic Web Research Resources; c) Artificial Intelligence Resources; and d) Bot and Intelligent Agent Research Resources and Sites.and my freely available September 2014 Zillman Column highlighting Student Research Resources Library. You may call in to ask your questions at (718)508-9839. The show is live and thirty minutes in length starting at 2:00pm EST on Saturday, September 27, 2014 and then archived for easy review and access. Listen, Call and Enjoy!!

  • 00:58


    in Education

    We will discuss how to balance individual privacy concerns with the needs of the group.
    As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Eggplant Parmesan, and the "adventure" recipe will be Pork in Cream Sauce.

  • 00:30

    The Piracy of Privacy - The Looting of Privacy in America

    in Internet

    In case you haven't noticed, personal privacy, for the most part, does not exist anymore. Most large retail businesses have full surveillance systems. The highways and roads are replete with traffic cameras; satellites watch all of our streets; our government is bent on recording and storing our emails, texts and phone conversations; and criminals are having a hackaton on our computers and smart devices for fun and ill-gotten gains. Heck, if you have a smartwatch on, Google knows when you go to the bathroom!

    What can people do to get some of their privacy back? How can the average Joe or Jane make any head way against the loss of privacy when the government, big business and criminals are all out to monitor our every move or are stealing our personal information? If you’re sick and tired of the big three (government, businesses and criminals) hacking your life, tune in and turn on to Working The Web To Win's broadcast of "The Piracy of Privacy," where you'll learn what you can do now to turn the tide against a world bent on fulfilling a 1984 reality.


  • 00:55

    Katherine Albrecht: Is Privacy Dead?

    in Finance

    Dr. Katherine Albrecht is an internationally known privacy researcher, consumer advocate, bestselling author, and nationally syndicated radio host. She is also is a senior executive with the private search engines StartPage and Ixquick, and is on the team developing the upcoming encrypted email program StartMail, to make encryption available for regular people. Katherine holds a Doctorate in Human Development and Consumer Education from Harvard University, has studied at the MIT Media lab, and received a Masters from Harvard in Technology, Innovation, and Education.

    Katherine has authored pro-privacy legislation, testified before the Federal Trade Commission and numerous state legislatures, and was appointed as a consumer technology expert by NH Governor John Lynch. She co-authored the bestseller Spychips, has granted over 2,000 media interviews with news outlets around the globe, including CBS, NBC, CNN, NPR, Fox News, Good Morning America, the BBC, Wired Magazine, The New York Times, and hundreds more. Katherine is currently serving as the Associate Editor of the IEEE Technology & Society Magazine, and she heads the 18,000 member consumer privacy organization, CASPIAN. She is currently working on a children's book about the Book of Revelation slated for release this Christmas.

  • 00:17
  • 00:12

    Secrecy VS. Privacy

    in Entertainment

    How important is it to be secretive and keep certain things about yourselves private?

  • 02:00

    Don't Let It Go Unheard: Propaganda, Privacy and Productivity

    in Politics

    Weekly live webcast/podcast devoted to discussion of news and politics from the perspective of Ayn Rand's philosophy, Objectivism. Hosted by Amy Peikoff.

    Obama's SOTU, combined with a number of stories that make our prospects for privacy seem bleak, indicate that the world of 1984 is getting uncomfortably close.

    We'll also discuss Eben Pagan's "Wake Up Productive" Course, which I hope many of you will take with me, starting next week! (Thanks to those who have already signed up to join me!) Registration ends at midnight tonight, so check out Eben's video ASAP!


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