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Edited by Harry Blatterer, Pauline Johnson and Maria R. Markus . (October 2010). Modern Privacy . Retrieved from http://0 www.palgraveconnect.com.skyline.ucdenver.edu/pc/doifinder/10.1057/9780230290679 This book covers many aspects of privacy culture in social networking sites and the internet in general. The topics I have chosen to focus on are the definition of privacy and public arenas, the selfdisclosure of mass media blurring privacy lines, the importance of citizens having a say in privacy laws, and the different perspectives people have on privacy when they are using their computer. In my research paper I will go into further detail and explanation of how these topics affect the argument of having government regulation in social networking sites. Issue. (n.d.). A privacy paradox: Social networking in the United States | Barnes | First Monday. First Monday. Retrieved September 6, 2013, from http://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/1394/1312 This article talks a lot about the issues behind solutions to fix privacy concerns in social networking sites. It addresses that social solutions don’t have enough power behind them to truly change our society. Although, they feel that legal/government solutions disregard the mentality of this generations lack of knowledge in privacy boundaries, and rather mainly focuses on predator and kidnapping cases. Overall, I will use this article to recognize some of the arguments that come up when suggesting that there should be government regulation in social media. This will help me understand both viewpoints and better my argument for government regulation. Livingstone, S., & Brake, D. R. (2010). On the rapid rise of social networking sites: New findings and policy implications. Children & Society, 24(1), 7583. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.10990860.2009.00243.x This article addresses the correlation between the opportunities and risks that are provided to teenagers who engage with social networking sites. The risks brought up consist of loss of privacy, harmful contacts, and bullying. They address the importance to educate teenagers on media literacy and safety designs. I will use this article to further my examples of how social networking sites lack privacy and how the only solution that will solve the problem is government regulation. This article touches a bit more on the age group this problem touches, that being teenagers, and more so ‘at risk’ youth. Thursday, M. Z., & 2009., 2. O. (n.d.). Q&A: Social networking privacy issues. Help Net Security. Retrieved September 6, 2013, from http://www.net security.org/article.php?id=1331 This is an interview done with the founder of BH Consulting and head of Ireland’s first CERT team, Brian Honan. He talks about the dangers in social networking and how he was able to find out personal information about a person through social networking. This interview highlights the privacy issues and online anonymity. He shares what he feels is appropriate to share online and what isn’t and also talks about how he feels we can achieve true privacy on social networking sites. I will use the information provided in this interview in furthering my reasoning for government regulation on the internet.
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