Rachna Shah
Aug 3, 2018

The Contexts of Privacy

4 comments

How do you maintain your privacy at home?

  • At school? Work?

  • On the Internet?

  • When using Facebook or other social media sites?

  • When you travel, including internationally?

  • When talking or texting on your phone?

Mathew Krick
Aug 4, 2018

Reflecting on your questions, the reality is that there is really not much privacy in this day and age.

Rachna Shah
Aug 4, 2018

What are your thoughts on that reality?

 

Valerie Gregorio
Aug 14, 2018

I usually don't post personal information online like my address or my phone number for example. At home, school, work, or travel, I only give out my information when I actually need to, especially when I'm filling out important documents. With talking or texting by phone, I would usually give people my contact information if I trust them.

Aung Myo Htun ( Kelly)
Sep 9, 2018

Regarding to your questions, privacy may have four meanings such as defensive privacy, human right privacy, personal privacy and contextual privacy. I think your question refers to personal privacy. For me, I always care of all of my personal data which is important or not. Mostly are changed to as a softcopy or photo into my cloud drive and I keep it.

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