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Re: The Freewheeling Web's Privacy Noose
Posted by: Katherine Noyes 2008-07-20 06:26:56
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It's no secret that individual privacy has already suffered since the Internet era began, but privacy law expert Daniel Solove believes things are likely to get even worse -- much worse -- and he illustrates his vision in living color with a wealth of examples from the here and now. In The Future of Reputation: Gossip, Rumor, and Privacy on the Internet -- now available as a free download -- Solove begins his dark tale with the classic story of "dog poop girl," a young woman now famous for refusing to clean up after her dog on a South Korea subway train.


New Twist on Online Reputation Management
Posted by: SuperTrooper 2008-07-20 06:41:16 In reply to: Katherine Noyes
Hi Katherine,

Great piece. As I was reading your story I started thinking about a new website that I came across recently that blurs many of the lines you discussed. It's called HumanBook (HumanBook.com) and it lets other people post information to my profile (as if they were me) through wiki technology. Here's the catch... the new website already has the personal information of 200 million people for others to connect with and comment on. I am sure that this new type of site will open many discussions about web privacy and reputation management.
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