The Ethics of Social Networking
February 14, 2008 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Has "online privacy" become an oxymoron, or are we bound to develop a "new privacy" concept that prioritizes nuanced control of personal information? Is this new concept tenable? What are the benefits and risks of the standardization of social networking? What impact does social networking technology have on interpersonal virtues? Are we witnessing the flattening of social landscape by online networks? And can one be a college student without Facebook?
The Stanford Center on Ethics and the Stanford Center for Internet and Society invite you to a discussion of a host of ethical and social concerns generated by the evolving culture of social networking, particularly by Internet users' habits and Web 2.0 sites' practices and strategies — just in time for Valentine's Day.
Moderated by Dean Eckles, Research Scientist and Designer at Nokia Research Center. Panelists include Dr. BJ Fogg, Director of Research and Design at Stanford's Persuasive Technology Lab, and lecturer at the Computer Science Dept; Jia Shen, Co-Founder and CTO of RockYou; and Shannon Vallor, Professor of Philosophy at Santa Clara University.
Come and add your voice to the discussion. Free lunch is included!
- Noa Ronkin / Dena Evans 650.736.1313 firstname.lastname@example.org
Free and open to all. Lunch is provided