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Is privacy a thing of the past?

Sincere thanks to all those who were participants in our excellent panel discussion today, either in person or through e-live,  concerning online privacy.   Moderator Bill Urquhart guided our discussion from sociological, technological, and law enforcement perspectives, and we enjoyed comments and questions from students on e-live and from audience members in Ketchikan.

Here’s a bibliography of articles which I may have referenced during my remarks during the discussion today, in the event you may wish to do some reading on the topic.  All of these articles are available through the UAS databases, most of them through Academic Search Premier.  Here you go:

“Facebook & Your Privacy. (Cover Story).” Consumer Reports 77.6 (2012): 24. MasterFILE Premier. Web. 8 Nov. 2012.

Beer, Jeff. “Google Is Getting Creepy.” Canadian Business 85.14 (2012): 28-31. Academic Search Premier. Web. 8 Nov. 2012.

Giles, Jim.  “The Oracle of Facebook.”  New Scientist 214:2862 (2012) : 40-43.  Academic Search Premier.  Web. 4 November 2012.

Seymour, Chris. “Social Media And The Gender Gap.” Econtent 35.3 (2012): 8-10. Academic Search Premier. Web. 8 Nov. 2012.

Stein, Joel, and Eben Harrell. “Your Data, Yourself.” Time 177.11 (2011): 40-46. Academic Search Premier. Web. 8 Nov. 2012.

Weeks, Linton.  “Google and Privacy: Is It Time to Give Up?”  npr.org 29 Feb. 2012 Web. 7 Nov. 2012.

Be careful out there.

Posted by Campus Librarian Kathleen Wiechelman

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