Letting it all hang out: Privacy vs. Publicity in the Virtual World.
I've been invited to join in on the Darklight symposium on Friday at 10am in Filmbase, Temple Bar, Dublin.
Professor Daniel Solove, author of "The Future of Reputation: Gossip, Rumor, and Privacy on the Internet" is due to speak together with a panel chaired by solicitor and digital rights expert Caroline Campbell including Damien Mulley, Jim Carroll, Niall Larkin of Relevant Media, and Cormac Callanan, director of Hotline.ie.
The panel will take a look at the mirror to the soul that is Facebook and the powers wielded by the blogging community in deciding peoples' fates.It should be very interesting to see what comes out of the talk. I'm looking forward to it.
Professor Solove will take a lawyerly look at the fates of little fatty, dog poop girl and star wars kid.
- Can bloggers say what they like?
- What's wrong with having nothing to hide?
- Who is really stalking you on Facebook? Does anyone care anymore?
For more information visit the Darklight website. If you can't be there, are there any questions or points you'd like raised?