Difference between revisions of "Class 2"

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Group one:
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-identity revealed beyond your comfort zone (ex. WOW message boards: forced real identity)
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-can online identity be protected as a possession? Who owns profile pages?
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-(data portability as a privacy policy like thing)(who owns shared data?)(single-signin)(facebook
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Connect)(OpenID)(persistent identity online)
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-cyberbullies, multiple identities online
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-how/can IRL ethics/morality be imposed in online spaces
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Group two:
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-property
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-online things acquiring IRL value
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-what happens to digital possessions after death?
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-who has access to your accounts (fb, twit, gmail, etc) after death
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-(TOS after death)
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-first sale doctrine in software
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-first amendment rights with online comms (going through someone’s infrastructure)
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Group three:
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-liability for security breaches (negligent design/management)
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-wikileaks! (jurisdictional problems, prosecution) (how does filtering affect wikileaks?)
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-transparency on internet services (google: how does it work?)
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Group four:
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-“to what extent is our judgment about tech related to the “coolness” of the tech itself?”
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-online transaction speed: feature or bug?
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-lack of humans in online transactions: feature or bug?
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- Computers and people gone wild! (please don’t google this)

Revision as of 23:01, 13 September 2010

Group one: -identity revealed beyond your comfort zone (ex. WOW message boards: forced real identity) -can online identity be protected as a possession? Who owns profile pages? -(data portability as a privacy policy like thing)(who owns shared data?)(single-signin)(facebook Connect)(OpenID)(persistent identity online) -cyberbullies, multiple identities online -how/can IRL ethics/morality be imposed in online spaces

Group two: -property -online things acquiring IRL value -what happens to digital possessions after death? -who has access to your accounts (fb, twit, gmail, etc) after death -(TOS after death) -first sale doctrine in software -first amendment rights with online comms (going through someone’s infrastructure)

Group three: -liability for security breaches (negligent design/management) -wikileaks! (jurisdictional problems, prosecution) (how does filtering affect wikileaks?) -transparency on internet services (google: how does it work?)

Group four: -“to what extent is our judgment about tech related to the “coolness” of the tech itself?” -online transaction speed: feature or bug? -lack of humans in online transactions: feature or bug? - Computers and people gone wild! (please don’t google this)