Screwed anyone over publicly lately? Virally or plain old socially? Don’t be an ass@#$%. Pay attention to what you’re putting out there. Nikki Massaro Kauffman at .eduGuru wrote an enlightening and educational post about Teaching Privacy: Friends Don’t Let Friends Post to Facebook.
From the post:
We are constantly learning how to handle our relationships and privacy. Preschoolers eventually learn that they can’t blurt out every observation they make lest they reveal a surprise or offend someone. School aged children eventually learn that keeping a friend’s secret is more important than gossip. Adults wrestle with the ethics of keeping a confidence over revealing a truth. All of our struggles with privacy are hard enough when we’re just talking about the ethical issues of face-to-face communication. But now we’ve supplied an arsenal of communication tools to everyone with a computer and access to the Internet. More…
Posted by Alexa Harrington