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Panel 1A [clear filter]
Saturday, September 27
 

13:00

Panel 1A: "Privacy, Copyright, and Conventions of Use and Reuse of Twitter Content in Contemporary Online Practices"

Central to any consideration of the function of social media in society today has to be an examination of the conventions of use and reuse of social media content in the context of questions of the privacy of user information and copyright of content posted. This panel will focus on current practices and the often conflicting conventions of use in the respect for or disregard of copyright in different spheres, and the question of ethics of use in anonymizing content or (re)posting freely with identifiers intact. The goal is to present a much needed, rigorous examination of how social media content is being re-used on different platforms, by whom, and for what purpose. This inquiry is an issue of central importance for Canadians and globally as, unless we experience an infrastructure collapse, these concerns will increase and not abate.


Moderators
Speakers
NE

Nehal El-Hadi

University of Toronto
SO

Siobhan O'Flynn

University of Toronto
RP

Ramona Pringle

Ryerson University


Saturday September 27, 2014 13:00 - 14:00
TRS 1-147 Ted Rogers School of Management