This week Martin Sonneborn is visiting people in their homes, the team will take first pictures of your home for the new Google home view.
When we worry too much about protecting privacy, we risk losing the benefits of publicness that the internet brings us. Ill argue that we, the public, must protect whats public
With his becoming abstract Jeff Jarvis sums up what he seems to have hit his stride for, a stunning showmaster presentation at Berlin’s re:publica 2010—or so the German press and local blogs report. The place? Berlin Friedrichstadtpalast. The aim? Convince the German people to reach an educated decision regarding their attitude toward Google street view and things public.
The question we must ask ourselves can be answered quickly:
German residents please cast your vote here.
HINT: Secrecy -OR- transparency?
Thank you much.
- Bühne frei für die Jeff—Jarvis-Show–Focus.de May 14, 2010
- The German privacy paradox—Facebook
- Jeff Jarvis: “The German Privacy Paradox” (re:publica10)—barbnerdy Apr 15, 2010
- The German privacy paradox, continued—Business Insider July 13, 2010
- “Jeff Jarvis: Das deutsche Privatsphäre-Paradox”—Spreeblick May 14, 2010
- Jeff Jarvis’ Penis und die Sache mit der Privatsphäre—Jan Tißler, t3n.de
- The German privacy paradox—BuzzMachine Jeff Jarvis Feb 11, 2010
- The German privacy paradox, continued—BuzzMachine Jeff Jarvis July 13, 2010
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