[NetBehaviour] Beyond Privacy - New Notions of the Private and Public Domains

ximena alarcon alarcon.xime at googlemail.com
Tue Jun 22 23:21:08 CEST 2010

Thanks for this information Olga.

I have read Daniel Solove's "The nothing to hide argument" article, which is
very good! and his book (that I haven't read) "Understanding Privacy" seems
very key too.

The book you mention looks a very interesting and timely one. Solove is
contributor there.


On Fri, Jun 11, 2010 at 4:02 PM, Olga <olga.panades at gmail.com> wrote:

> We've discussed in this list sometimes about the threats to privacy
> that Social Networking sometimes entails... In our review of Future
> Sonic '09, Ruth & I also started to consider whether the whole notion
> of privacy wasn't already dated and we needed to find news ways to
> address the pervasiveness of these platforms. This book might be of
> interest to those that have been having similar ideas...
> --------------------------------------------------------------
> (Originally posted in Networked_Performance)
> Beyond Privacy
> New Notions of the Private and Public Domains
> --------------------------------------------------------------
> --------------------------------------------------------------
> Privacy is a right that protects one’s private life, a right that is
> not only established by law, but also has a political and a social
> significance. It can be experienced and observed differently by
> individuals and groups, depending upon their position in society and
> the desires and interests that are involved.
> In Open 19, the concept of privacy is examined and reconsidered from
> the legal, sociological, media theoretical and activist perspectives.
> The focus is not so much on deploring the loss of privacy, but taking
> the present situation of ‘post-privacy’ for what it is and trying to
> gain insight into what is on the horizon in terms of new
> subjectivities and power constructions.
> With contributions by Daniel Solove, Maurizio Lazzarato, Rudi
> Laermans, Armin Medosch, Felix Stalder, Joris van Hoboken, Oliver
> Leistert Martijn de Waal, Rob van Kranenburg, Mark Shepard and
> Matthijs Bouw and Gio Sumbadze.
> http://www.skor.nl/artefact-4808-en.html
> --
> Olga P Massanet
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