MEDIA LITERACY 2.0

While the responsibility for protecting personal privacy online appears to be increasingly pushed into the hands of the actual user, a little guidance and insight wouldn't hurt either.

 
Henry Jenkins, Director of the MIT Comparative Media Studies Program, stresses the need to understand the technology of our everyday lives.
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Facebook as the "perfect instrument" as outlined by David Lyon, Director, The Surveillance Project at Queen's University.
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Self-described as "Pro-Facebook",Radio & Television Arts undergraduate student Kathleen Carrigan pushes for increased parental involvement.
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Researcher Lee Humphreys waxes on solutions.
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Toby Miller, author of Global Hollywood, outlines how social networking sites can be used to sell more books.
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Photo-blogger Jeff Harris (jeffharris.org) breaks out an apt olde thymey metaphor.
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Avner Levin, Chair, Law & Business Department, Director, Privacy and Cyber Crime Institute, at Ryerson University defines online social networks.
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Dr. Jenkins on how youth need support, not monitoring.
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Recent Ryerson grad, Catherine Simon, calls for a Book of Internet Manners.
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Thinker and peep researcher Hal Niedzviecki on the underlying structure of the internet.
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