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Supernova Forum 2010 Video: Privacy and Publicness

At Supernova Forum 2010, danah boyd (Microsoft Research) and Jeff Jarvis (BuzzMachine) discuss privacy and publicness in a connected world.

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  1. [...] Supernova Forum 2010: Privacy & Publicness with @jeffjarvis & @zephoria (via @kwerb) – CLIP: At Supernova Forum 2010, danah boyd (Microsoft Research) and Jeff Jarvis (BuzzMachine) discuss privacy and publicness in a connected world. [...]

  2. scatterbrained says:

    Jarvis can’t make a coherent statement. What’s wrong with him?

    I guess he must have so many wonderful ideas he just can’t regulate them very well.

    By contrast, the other speaker is very interesting.

    (shut up this Jarvis guy!)

  3. Melissa T. says:

    I think this was solid, elucidating, fun, and useful discussion.

    I don’t agree that transparency should be the default, but Jeff Jarvis made some thoughtful points that made me re-evaluate some of my positions.

    I really appreciated danah boyd’s statements about networks, information layers, interpretation, and the different kinds of privacy. I think she did a good job of pointing out the areas that require so much more thought.

    Both speakers showed that this is a process — that there are different ways we can go when determining what we’re going to do with our 21st century problem. They made it quite clear that this is a very monumental moment in the history of technology and society.

  4. [...] Jarvis along with Danah Boyd, a Social Media Researcher at Microsoft Research, led a discussion at the Supernova Forum 2010, an event that brings together executives, entrepreneurs and intellectuals to make connections and [...]

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