Book Discussion on I Know Who You Are and I Saw What You Did Lori Andrews contends that personal privacy rights are being eroded by social networks. The author examines the ways that users are… read more

Book Discussion on I Know Who You Are and I Saw What You Did Lori Andrews contends that personal privacy rights are being eroded by social networks. The author examines the ways that users are surveyed by a host of parties that range from employers to data services and how personal information is often collected and sold. Professor Andrews also presents a “Social Network Constitution” that she argues is needed to protect privacy rights online. Lori Andrews was joined at this book launch event by Kashmir Hill and Jennifer Preston in a discussion moderated by Christopher Wink. The panelists also responded to tweets and other questions from members of the audience.

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