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Mon January 14, 2013
Social Networks and the Death of Privacy
01/14/13 - Monday’s Topical Currents is with Lori Andrews, the director of Science & Law at Chicago-Kent College. What sort of digital identity do you have on the Web? Remember: what’s posted on social networks can be used against you. Andrews has written, I KNOW WHO YOU ARE AND I SAW WHAT YOU DID: Social Networks and the Death of Privacy. She promotes a “Social Network Constitution” to protect individual rights. Learn more on Topical Currents . . . Monday.
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