Social Media Questions

1. What about the Teachers who refuse to be your friend when you invite them? Is there a reasonable principle that teachers and professors would follow that would give a good reason why they shouldn’t be friends (at least until you are no longer their pupil)?

2. Knowing that skill does in fact matter when trying to change privacy settings on Facebook, shouldn’t they make it easier such that skill is essentially taken out of the equation? What methods can be used to make it easier for users?

3. What should we take away from the Facebook example of eroding privacy? Who is the priority in the case of a social network, the users or who you are selling their information to?


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