[Air-L] Political Communication and Privacy Course

Janna Anderson andersj at elon.edu
Tue Jun 9 06:37:56 PDT 2015


This one Web page holds the complete content of the survey report, which
is a 77-page analysis
Future%20of%20Privacy%202025.pdf> of more than 330 pages of responses from
more than 2,500 survey participants. It begins with a long summary with
many theme subheadlines segmenting predictions, followed by an even longer
second set of predictive statements.

Internet experts and highly engaged netizens participated in answering an
eight-question survey fielded by Elon University and the Pew Internet
Project from late November 2013 through early January 2014. One of the
survey questions asked respondents to share their answer to the following

Will policy makers and technology innovators create a secure, popularly
accepted, and trusted privacy-rights infrastructure by 2025 that allows
for business innovation and monetization while also offering individuals
choices for protecting their personal information in easy-to-use formats?
Describe what you think the reality will be in 2025 when it comes to the
overall public perception about whether policy makers and corporations
have struck the right
Future%20of%20Privacy%202025.pdf>balance between personal privacy, secure
data, and compelling content and apps that emerge from consumer tracking
and analytics.

Janna Anderson
Director of Elon University's Imagining the Internet Center
Professor of Communications, Senior Faculty Research Fellow, Elon
Contract Researcher, Pew Internet
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On 6/9/15 9:28 AM, "Mathias Klang" <mathiasklang at gmail.com> wrote:

>I am developing two courses for the fall semester. One in Political
>Communication and the other in Privacy, and would appreciate any tips on
>core literature and examples of syllabi.
>Looking forward to Phoenix!
>Mathias Klang,
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