“Teen Sexting and Its Impact on the Tech Industry” (danah’s talk for the RWW Conference)

In a cultural context where Congressman Anthony Weiner foolishly published salacious content on Twitter, it's hard to ignore sexting as a cultural phenomenon. Countless adults send sexually explicit content to one another, either as acts of flirtation or more explicit sex acts. And yet, when teenagers do so, new issues emerge. Teen sexting gets complicated, …

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“Networked Privacy” (danah’s PDF talk)

Our contemporary ideas about privacy are often shaped by legal discourse that emphasizes the notion of "individual harm." Furthermore, when we think about privacy in online contexts, the American neoliberal frame and the techno-libertarian frame once again force us to really think about the individual. In my talk at Personal Democracy Forum this year, I …

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Nicole Ellison at Berkman tomorrow (6/7/11)

Our very own Nicole Ellison will be speaking at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University tomorrow. 12:30 pm Berkman Center, 23 Everett Street, second floor RSVP required for those attending in person to Amar Ashar (ashar@cyber.law.harvard.edu) The benefits of Facebook “Friends”: The social capital implications of Facebook-enabled communication practices This talk …

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