I AGREE

Ever read and fully understood those Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policies you're forced to agree to when signing up to use social networking sites like Facebook, Flickr, YouTube, and so on? How about trying to mark up such agreements with a red pen and sending them back with your requested changes? More likely, did you just scroll to the bottom of the agreement, click "I Agree" and get started with that game of Scrabulous with your mother? Whatever the case may be, the following interviews should help paint a picture of what exactly all that legal boilerplate adds up to.

 
University of Ottawa Law Student Lisa Feinberg cites Facebook's apparent 22 violations of the Canadian Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA).
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Toby Miller's Facebook account gets hacked.
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Dr. Levin outlines the role of Canada's Privacy Commissioners.
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Jonathan Zittrain and his dog Mrs. Beasley on protecting our bits.
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Lisa urges Facebook for greater transparency.
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Raymi the Minx (raymitheminx.com) imagines life without blog.
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Ryerson Radio & Television Arts student Lindsey Glazier reads her agreements.
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Avner Levin speaks to who is on the hook for guarding our information.
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University of Ottawa Law Professor and avid blogger, Michael Geist, on privacy cases being dealt with by Canada's court systems.
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Lisa offers solutions.
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Dr. Geist on Google's Street View.
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Jan A.G.M. van Dijk, University of Twente notes how it's the older generation who demand privacy rules.
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Sass of zucket.com doesn't need her hand held.
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