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  • 00:20


    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.

  • 01:18

    Invading Your Partner's Privacy

    in Comedy

    Joe and Kate are joined by Jon Rudnitsky and Nathan Macintosh to discuss whether or not they've ever gone through their girlfriend's or boyfriend's email , phone, or FaceBook and whether it's forgivable. They also talk about how when you break up with someone you shouldn't ever check their FaceBook page, because it'll just end with you crying in the fetal position.

  • 02:01


    in Current Events

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

  • 00:30

    Privacy Resources

    in Internet

    This program will be featuring my white paper titled Privacy Resources. We will be highlighting the latest and greatest resources covering PRIVACY resources including search engines, subject directories, articles, guides and tracers - literally everything PRIVACY!!! We will also discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V13N3 March 2015 highlighting Academic and Scholar Search Engines and Sources and my freely available March 2015 Zillman Column featuring Startup Resources for the Entrepreneur. 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, March 28, 2015 and then archived for easy review and access. Listen, Call and Enjoy!!


  • 01:46

    Give Me My Privacy!

    in Relationships

    What amount of privacy should there be in our relationships? We're talking parent-child relationships all the way to dating and marriage. There are those who don't believe in privacy and those who think it's a must. Tonight we will discuss the idea of privacy from diaries all the way down to passwords. Tune in to listen and even share your thoughts with Dr. And Lady Newells tonight on Relationship Central!

  • 00:59

    Is Your Right To Privacy Being Trumped By Windows 10?

    in Current Events

    Katherine Albrecht is the founder of Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering (CASPIAN), a national consumer organization created in 1999 to educate consumer-citizens about shopper surveillance. She is a consumer privacy advocate and spokesperson against radio-frequency identification (RFID). Albrecht devised the term "spy chips" to describe RFID tags such as those embedded in passport cards and certain enhanced United States driver's licenses. Katherine Albrecht holds a Doctor of Education degree from Harvard University. She is a resident of Nashua, New Hampshire.

    Albrecht was interviewed about RFID chips in Aaron Russo's 2006 documentary America: From Freedom to Fascism.

  • 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.

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  • 00:27

    An Overview of Privacy Protection with Janine Darling

    in Radio

    On today's episode of Getting Social with Miriam, the topic that will be covered is privacy protection and how to keep your data private and secure. I will be interviewing Janine Darling, the CEO of Stash America, which is a data security firm. We will talk about the truth about idenity theft and how you can keep your information, and the information of your friends and family secure. Go to http://www.stashdaddy.com to find out more.