Private Life: The Paradox of the Digital Age Twitter Chat

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Private Life: The Paradox of the Digital Age is a new video series that explores online privacy, and whether we have any left.

In partnership with The Walrus, rdigitaLIFE is hosting a Twitter chat on Tuesday, Nov. 26th from 7:30pm to 8:00pm EST  to offer  a glimpse of the range of topics covered in the series.

Some of the questions we will be asking are:

  • What does privacy mean to you?
  • How is social media changing the coming of age process? How do we teach consent?
  • Does protecting our security mean the end of digital privacy?
  • What is the value of anonymity?

In Private Life: The Paradox of the Digital Age, we talk to many experts for their insights on online privacy. Here’s a list of participants who are featured in the series who will also be joining in the Twitter chat:

Marvin Ammori (@ammori) – a Fellow at the New America Foundation, and a lawyer, activist, and scholar best known for his work on network neutrality and Internet freedom issues.

Ann Cavoukian (@IPCinfoprivacy) – Ontario’s Information and Privacy Commissioner and the founder of “Privacy by Design.”

Danielle Citron (@daniellecitron) – a law professor at the University of Maryland and a leading scholar in the realm of privacy and civil rights.

Steph Guthrie (@amirightfolks) – a feminist advocate and community manager and a leading voice in the movement to prevent cyber harassment and revenge porn.

Kashmir Hill (@kashhill) – a writer and editor for Forbes magazine, specializing in online privacy issues.

Avner Levin – a leading privacy expert and the director of the cyber crime institute at Ryerson University’s Ted Rogers School of Management. (@dariailkina will be tweeting in behalf of cyber crime institute)

Jules Polonetsky (@julespolonetsky) – the director of the Future of Privacy Forum in Washington, DC.

Clay Shirky – a social media “guru” and author of the best selling books “Cognitive Surplus” and “Here Comes Everybody”

We’ll also be joined online by Jesse Hirsh (@jessehirsh), Canadian technology pundit and founder of The Academy of the Impossible.

Share your questions and thoughts by tweeting us @rdigitalife and @walrusmagazine using #rprivatelife.

 

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