ANGRY TEACHER
It wasn't that long ago that school teachers in North America ruled over their students with sticks, rulers, belts and spanking boards. Today, it's the students who have the instruments of power only now it's a video enabled cell phone with WiFi. Whether it be the classroom or the office, the bedroom or the change room, the protest rally or the sorority house, the growing impact of user-generated content continues to illuminate the digital generational divide's impact on expectations of privacy.  
Chris Avenir, first year Computer Engineering Ryerson student, on being "that kid" who was accused of using Facebook to facilitate academic misconduct .
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Chris on what it means to be an Admin of a Facebook group.
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Dr. Levin explains concerns related to information hoarding by employers.
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UC Berkeley PhD Candidate, Harvard Berkman Center Fellow and blogger (danah.org) danah boyd tells a story about a phone call she once received.
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Jans on Impression Management.
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Halloween Party bust as told by Raymi.
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Does a tidy Facebook account equal a tidy term in office? Lindsey advises.
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danah says the kids are alright.
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Dr. Levin argues that Facebook is best positioned to protect the privacy of its users.
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Facebook friends with your parents? No go for Kathleen.
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Journalist/academic Michael Valpy and Charles the Cat. What else can I say?
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Kathleen speaks to cyberbullying.
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Information is power.
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Chris Avenir on Facebook as a public place.
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Facebook Fear Factor as outlined by Chris.
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Taco Bell has a website.
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