McStay, Andrew, 1975-

Privacy and the media / Andrew McStay. - Los Angeles : Sage, 2017. - vii, 212 p. : ill.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Introduction PART I: Journalism, Surveillance and Politics of Encryption 2. Nothing to hide, nothing to fear: myth and Western roots of privacy 3. Journalism: a complex relationship with privacy 4. The Snowden leaks: a call for better surveillance 5. Encryption: simultaneously public and private PART II: Commercial dimensions of privacy and media 7. Behavioural and programmatic advertising: consent, data alienation and problems with Marx 8. The right to be forgotten: memory, deletion and expression 9. Big data: machine learning and the politics of algorithms PART III: The role of the body 10. Empathic media: towards ubiquitous emotional intelligence 11. Re-introducing the Body: intimate and wearable media 12. Being young and social: inter-personal privacy and debunking seclusion 13. Sexting: exposure, protocol and collective privacy 14. Conclusion: what do media developments tell us about privacy?

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Mass media.
Mass media -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Privacy, Right of.
Freedom of the press.

P90 / .M37672 2017

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