[Air-L] question: published on the internet
markg at researchedge.com
Sun Jul 10 19:31:18 PDT 2011
And is the "published" item posted to the open web for all comers or
reserved behind some password/portal for a select audience with specific
policy agreements or even contained within a commercial licensed data source
where each access is expected to be transactional. The first case carries
much more "liberal" rights for all comers if indeed it is intentionally
"published," but as Dr. Zimmer asks below, is it unintentionally on the open
web in which case other ethics and factors may well apply.
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[mailto:air-l-bounces at listserv.aoir.org] On Behalf Of Michael Zimmer
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Subject: Re: [Air-L] question: published on the internet
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
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
>> Center for Digital Discourse and Culture
>> Virginia Tech
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