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'''The Recent Scholarship and Proposed Solutions'''
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* Law-Based:
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** Anupam Chander: Strengthened tort for public disclosure of private fact
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** Paul Ohm: Law barring employers from firing based on legal off-duty conduct found in social networking profiles
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** Dan Solove: Give legal right to sue Facebook friends where confidence has been breached
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** Peter Taylor: Constitutional right to privacy/“oblivion” allowing more anonymity online
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** Cass Sunstein: DMCA Notice-and-Takedown Model
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* Code-Based
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** Jonathan Zittrain: Rating systems that allow you to declare reputation bankruptcy in certain area
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** Victor Mayer-Schonberger: Digital Forgetting/Expiration dates (in “Delete”)
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* Market- and Norm- Based
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** Private companies to defend reputation, e.g. Reputation Defender
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** Educate the public, especially young people
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** Tim Berners-Lee: establish market norm of employers barred from accessing Facebook data of prospective employees
  
 
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Revision as of 21:43, 18 November 2010

Reputation Bankruptcy

Scope

  • Identity-related content:

- Pictures, Videos

- all pieces of content that would reveal the identity of a person [i.e. we believe a general discussion of Star Wars Kid [1] is not necessarily bad; however pieces of content linking StarWars Kid's real name to the footage are potentially harmful for the person]

  • Minors:

- Content uploaded by minors about themselves or other minors

- excludes: 25 year-old uploads pictures of when 16

- Reference point: provision to wipe juvenile criminal record

Involved Parties

  • Content Creator (Person who creates content ie takes a picture)
  • Content Sharer (Person who uploads content to Content Storage/Distribution Platform)
  • Content Storage/Distribution Platforms (Personal Blog vs Facebook)
  • Search Engines

The Recent Scholarship and Proposed Solutions

  • Law-Based:
    • Anupam Chander: Strengthened tort for public disclosure of private fact
    • Paul Ohm: Law barring employers from firing based on legal off-duty conduct found in social networking profiles
    • Dan Solove: Give legal right to sue Facebook friends where confidence has been breached
    • Peter Taylor: Constitutional right to privacy/“oblivion” allowing more anonymity online
    • Cass Sunstein: DMCA Notice-and-Takedown Model
  • Code-Based
    • Jonathan Zittrain: Rating systems that allow you to declare reputation bankruptcy in certain area
    • Victor Mayer-Schonberger: Digital Forgetting/Expiration dates (in “Delete”)
  • Market- and Norm- Based
    • Private companies to defend reputation, e.g. Reputation Defender
    • Educate the public, especially young people
    • Tim Berners-Lee: establish market norm of employers barred from accessing Facebook data of prospective employees

Sources

  • “The End of Forgetting” NY Times 7/25/10, Jeffrey Rosen (law professor at George Washington University) [2]

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  • "Freedom of Speech and Information Privacy: The Troubling Implications of a Right to Stop People From Speaking About You", Eugene Volokh [3]

<work in progress>