Privacy in the New Media Age

Privacy in the New Media Age

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In this film Ethical Markets president and Futurist Hazel Henderson interviews University of Florida law professor and former speaker in Florida's House of Representatives Jon L. Mills about his current book, "Privacy in the New Media Age." The Internet, social media, blogs, "citizen-journalists" and global news distribution pose thorny issues in many countries. While the U.S. favors free speech over individual rights to privacy, European countries are protecting people's "right to be left alone" and right to delete old records of individual behavior from internet search engines. While Facebook and Twitter facilitated the grassroots Arab Spring protests, these social media sites also helped police to track down and prosecute the dissidents. Mills says technological innovation always outruns the pace of law; global privacy agreements may take decades.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Ethical Markets Media, [2015]
Copyright Date: ©2015
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 video file (27 min., 57 sec.)) : color and sound
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Uniform Title: Ethical markets


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