[Air-L] question: published on the internet
zimmerm at uwm.edu
Sun Jul 10 19:22:21 PDT 2011
I think the other necessary clarification is what is meant by "published" -- that choice of term is seems loaded, presuming a purposeful action by a knowing agent.
Is something made visible due to a security hole "published"? Something leaked? Something hacked? A confidence betrayed?
Michael Zimmer, PhD
Assistant Professor, School of Information Studies
Co-Director, Center for Information Policy Research
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
e: zimmerm at uwm.edu
On Jul 8, 2011, at 4:05 PM, Ulf-Dietrich Reips wrote:
> jeremy, please clarify: what do you mean by "the internet"?
> At 10:53 Uhr +0100 8.7.2011, Jeremy hunsinger wrote:
>> now I'm just asking for opinions, it is sort of academic trolling,
>> because i have my opinion, but i don't think i'm going to argue, i
>> just want to see the plurality of opinions.
>> when is something published on the internet?
>> does publishing something on the internet make it public?
>> does making something public necessarily make it not private?
>> can private information be published and thus be made public?
>> jeremy hunsinger
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