Facebook privacy and privacy: what information is relevant?



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In September 2006, Facebook introduced the news and mini-feed, provoking one of the first major discussions on "privacy" on Facebook. This shows how much privacy has been compromised on Facebook in recent years.


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Filters are important

Overview

Pierre M. Krause makes fun of Facebook in this video about sharing, post, nudging, group joining, etc., by simply translating the all-too-easy Facebook habits into reality. And he shows how absurd the whole activity can be. Because it quickly shows how few people really care.

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But above all, it shows one thing: how important good filters are on the Internet. So you get just the information that you really want to have. One way, by the way, which is certainly given on Facebook, the Krause really ignored in the otherwise very funny video.

No choice

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But Facebook has created its own filters over time. Users who previously had to actively visit the profiles of other Facebook users to find out what they had written or uploaded there were automatically notified when the feed was introduced, aggregated in a new user interface.

After logging in to Facebook, the start page now consisted of a list of all status messages, which friends had set up on Facebook. The users, however, felt cut off in their privacy because there was no choice to decide whether to approve this publication or not.

A life without status messages?

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Since then, the public list of status messages on Facebook belonged to the default setting. Nevertheless, there were voices at the time, which felt that users who complained about this innovation were naive.

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This view was based on the fact that users would anyway set information on their public profiles on Facebook, which are visible to everyone, regardless of how Facebook decides to provide information. Today it seems unthinkable that we live without status messages.

Contextual integrity

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However, Michael Zimmer bases his opinion on this Concept contextual integrity, which states that the collection and dissemination of information must always be tied to adequate protection of privacy and norms within a specific context. Helen Nissenbaum, Professorin at New York University, contextual integrity describes as follows:

"Contextual integrity of adequate protection for privacy norms of specific contexts, which requires information gathering and dissemination appropriate to that context and the governing norms of distribution within it."

The transparency is missing!

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Room criticizes above all the fact of the lack of transparency, the changes made by Facebook, especially about the impacts, such as reputation damages, which can bring to the individual user in the provision of private data.

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Once established standards that led to the flow of information on Facebook, were changed with the introduction of the news feed and subverted the existing assumption of the user about it. Despite all criticism, "sharing information" is Mark Zuckerberg's biggest concern.

Information wants to be shared

Overview

In the regularly held Facebook conferences for developers, entrepreneurs and innovators, such as the f8 conference, where Zuckerberg talks about changes to the Facebook platform, he has expressed this with the phrase "Information wants to be shared".

According to Barker, "sharing" is the core of Facebook. He emphasizes that the main thing is to find people you know, get to know new people, and to track down opinions that other Facebook users have on specific topics. In Barker's view, however, this would only happen if the access to the profiles was open and the users communicated.

"Sharing is the core of our product. Finding people you know, learning about people you do not know, looking for people are saying about them.

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