[Air-L] public/private

Mary-Helen Ward mhward at usyd.edu.au
Sat Aug 11 17:37:33 PDT 2007

And, as a result of this constant recording and archiving, maybe society
will change and become more accepting, because it will become clear that
pretty much no-one is squeaky clean. We can hope.

Here's another angle on the public/private debate: what is the ethical
position regarding an easily-overheard (ie impossible to avoid) conversation
in a public place?



On 12/8/07 9:15 AM, "Ed Lamoureux" <ell at bumail.bradley.edu> wrote:

> I didn't bring photos into the discussion. But they ARE an
> interesting addition.... in that they illustrate, by analogy, the
> problem on the web, with words.
> Often, now, words CAN BE TRACED BACK TO THEIR ORIGINATOR in ways that
> f-2-f data that we collected and protected cannot.

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