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  1. Computer-Mediated Communication Privacy and Information Control Part II

  2. Incorrect Information Inferences: Implications and Considerations Computer-Mediated Communication

  3. Fallacy of “Policing Your Own Digital Information” Computer-Mediated Communication

  4. “Perhaps things are more efficient in the digital age, maybe it is just a lot easier because information is so widespread, but this is nothing *fundamentally* new about digital technologies…Maybe we got into a frame of mind in which we thought these digital spaces were free spaces for us to express our liberated identities and need a push in the other direction, but the time for that argument has come and gone. -Stuart G. Computer-Mediated Communication

  5. While it is true that information is now more readily accessible due to digitalization, I disagree with the claim that there is "global reach" with information. While it is true that making information globally reachable is ridiculously easy (posting my SSN to a publically-readable blog), I believe this falls under the category of not properly "judging what is obvious to us". -Adam J. Computer-Mediated Communication

  6. I believe that the change in behavior will be temporary, as users pull back during the transition, but eventually give in and lead lives with a different perception of privacy. -Jackson H. MS contends that this will result in a downward spiral in which the powerless will find themselves further disempowered as they lack control over the information upon which to shape their identities. Fair enough, but this sounds like what has been said many times before about the experience of modernity of the disenfranchised, minority populations, and non-western nations. -David H. Computer-Mediated Communication

  7. Potential Responses? Digital Abstinence Cognitive Adjustment Information Privacy Rights Perfect Contextualization Information Ecology Computer-Mediated Communication

  8. Facebook… who cares? • Survey of first-year UIC students • Conducted on paper to avoid bias towards web users with higher privacy concerns Computer-Mediated Communication

  9. Managing Privacy Settings Computer-Mediated Communication

  10. Confidence with other online activities • Highlights gender differences • What is the story here? • But, means track in same range for types of activities Computer-Mediated Communication

  11. So…Who Cares? Computer-Mediated Communication

  12. The Internet is Good! BAD!? Computer-Mediated Communication — Cheshire & Fiore

  13. Web Discretion: Proactively avoid harm online; judiciously read information online Computer-Mediated Communication

  14. Web Information Control: One’s perception that she has control over her personal information on the Internet Computer-Mediated Communication