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‘hanging out the dirty linen’ to delve into the ethics of IT’s role in society.

Overall I would say this novel is definitely rare and talks about many subjects in a complicated way. The way Lanier explores our relationship with the technology tricks the reader in to thinking of it as our sort of social partner in some way .   Some important parts that came up : Lanier also […]

What I came across with, whilst continuing the reading of “You are not a Gadget” Information doesn’t deserve to be free Information is alienated experience – Lanier goes on talking about how you can think of culturally decidable information as some form of experience and that Stored information might cause experience to be revealed if […]

This is a post  dedicated to my first thoughts on the book “You are not a gadget” by Jaron Lanier. When I first started reading the book I found it quite interesting because of the layout and what it obviously was about. I would say the layout is quite organised in a way. Nearly each […]

  http://www.shrm.org/hrdisciplines/technology/articles/pages/facial-recognition-privacy.aspx   – The link to article ITGS Triangle for the article : Strand 1: Social and Ethical Significance Privacy of the individual. The rights of privacy to the individuals on whom the data is being collected. Once someone has your face print they can get private details of the individual such as the address, […]

  

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