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By Paola Tubaro, Antonio A Casilli, Yasaman Sarabi

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ISBN-13: 9783319024554

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ISBN-13: 9783319024561

Several admired public voices have complicated the speculation that networked communications erode the price of privateness in desire of a clear hooked up lifestyles. in particular more youthful generations are frequently defined as liable to reside "open electronic lives". This speculation has raised significant controversy, polarizing the response of its critics in addition to of its partisans. yet how most probably is the "end of privacy"? less than which stipulations may this state of affairs end up? What are the enterprise and coverage implications? how you can ethically determine hazards and possibilities? To make clear the co-evolution and mutual dependencies of networked constructions and person and collective options in the direction of privateness, this publication innovatively makes use of state of the art equipment in computational social sciences to review the formation and upkeep of on-line social networks. The findings confound universal arguments and obviously point out that net and social media don't unavoidably entail the tip of privateness. exposure isn't really "the new norm": relatively on the contrary, the e-book makes the case that privateness is a resilient social strength, as a result of a suite of interconnected behaviors of net users.

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2 Social Media do not Necessarily Entail the ‘End-of-Privacy’ Contrary to a common argument, the results of our model indicate that the value of privacy is not deterministically bound to be eroded. Interestingly, it is when connectedness is at its highest and content-sharing is most pervasive, that a majority of agents turn their privacy settings on. This remains true even if we assume agents are not excessively sensitive to disclosure and are ready to accept a relatively high degree of exposure of their profiles to others (high thresholds), as a condition to join the service and benefit from it.

If this choice modifies the agent’s list of online contacts, the values of the vector Pi and of Privacyi are revised (‘influence’). This process is outlined below in more detail. 3 First Step of a Simulation Run Let us now detail the functioning of one time step. A random process establishes whether there is tie formation or deletion between online contacts. 3 First Step of a Simulation Run 35 whom no previous (direct or indirect) tie existed; instead, an already connected agent chooses between forming a bridging tie, or a bonding tie with another existing agent with whom the agent was not already connected—for example, the friend of a friend.

Specifically, what is the overall degree of disclosure? Do network structures affect privacy attitudes—and conversely, do privacy attitudes affect network configurations? The agent-based model we build is an extension of the theoretical analysis developed in the preceding sections, and relies on insight on social capital, homophily, and the interplay of selection and influence processes in a social network. Based on evidence discussed in Part I, we design artificial agents that mimic the way social media users are known to form online ties, and accept to disclose personal information.

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