Get Shouty


digital dossiers
August 14, 2008, 1:06 am
Filed under: Digital Strategy

Your dossier is made up of all the digital tracks you leave behind – from your photos on Flickr, to the Facebook messages you send, to all the data your credit card company collects about your transactions. On a daily basis, digital natives are consistently leaving information about themselves in secure or non-secure databases.

In this video, created by Kanupriya Tewari, the Berkman Centre for Internet and Society’s Digital Natives Project explores this issue from the perspective of a child born today – Andy – and the timeline of all the digital files he accumulates in a life span.

– The Digital Natives website and Wiki
Born Digital


2 Comments so far
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I think I should be scared, but I kind of just accept this is the world we live in. And the more information they have, the better they can target me which isn’t a bad thing in my eyes.

Comment by Zac Martin

Privacy is a new and modern concept, a historical anomoly that, I think ,we are better off without.

Discuss!

Comment by katiechatfield




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