Privacy in Art, Fiction, and Film

In my seminar class, Privacy in Electronic Society, I recorded a presentation exploring the “I’ve Got Nothing to Hide” argument.  It starts with a summary of “I’ve Got Nothing to Hide” and Other
Misunderstands of Privacy
by Daniel J. Solove.

Then I cite examples of privacy in other media:

It’s a 26 minute presentation (127MB zipped .mov file or stream from Google Drive) and you can also download the slides.

For class, I’ll be moderating an online discussion, but for the rest of the world, I’ll facilitate a discussion on this post as well!  Think of it like a mini-Coursera 😉

 

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