Privacy is dead, or so the saying goes. Thanks to constant tracking online, Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, Instagram, blogs, and all the rest, we have all killed, or helped murder, the concept of privacy in the digital era. Nothing is secret anymore, either because we don't want it to be, or just don't realize the consequences of living our lives through computer systems that can record our every move. Might as well just lay it all out there. After all, if you don't have anything to hide, you don't have anything to fear – right? Read the rest of the article
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This article discusses the issues relating to what happens when our online behaviour is put under scrutiny.
Interesting article on how plagiarism; stealing other people's ideas and work is a continual source of frustration for many. Facebook is the platform of choice for many who seek to promote others' work as their own.
Notes and image are linked here for Josie's Keynote at Cetis13. Essential reading for teachers and leaders in each key stage.
Services such as LivesOn and DeadSocial plan to keep your friends and family updated on your Twitter and Facebook pages, even after you have passed away. More on The Guardian website
A personal blog by a systems manager who has used Twitter to greater understand the benefits and challenges of social media for those who work in education