Never Enter Your Real Data1
AbstractThe present debate over privacy and security is on shaping freedom in the digital age. It seems unquestionable that ICT in general and social media in particular are changing the "web of relationships" (H. Arendt) that binds us. What makes this debate on ICT and social media unique is the fact that it takes place at a local and global level with different forms of synergy related to questions of friendship and fun no less than of oppression and justice. This paper addresses particularly the question about different forms of concealing and unconcealing ourselves in and through social media.
How to Cite
Capurro, Rafael. 2011. “Never Enter Your Real Data1”. The International Review of Information Ethics 16 (December). Edmonton, Canada:74-78. https://doi.org/10.29173/irie205.