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Dossier 20/04/2015

Freedom to reveal

Why do we reveal our lives on the Internet? Setting boundaries for workplace surveillance. Obfuscation and personal strategy, or how to play hide and seek on the Web.

Why do we reveal our lives on the Internet?

Unmasking ourselves online is a simultaneous act of self-expression and a request for recognition, a chance to "project" ourselves by creating a multifaceted ever-changing digital self-portrait while interacting with others.
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Setting boundaries for workplace surveillance

Staying informed is OK, spying is not CNIL, the French data privacy watchdog, is keeping an eye on things to push back against abusive surveillance in the workplace. Businesses are adjusting to increased data circulation between the personal and professional realms.
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Obfuscation and personal strategy, or how to play hide and seek on the Web

Even though the odds are stacked against them, online users are not at a loss for tools and strategies for keeping their data private.
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Marc Colonel
Marc Colonel 26/02/2017 17:37:56

Il faut effectivement être prudent ! Par exemple observer ce qui se passe lorsque vous faîtes une recherche sur votre PC puis sur votre smartphone, dans certains cas vous retrouvez l'objet de votre recherche. Cela met en éviendnce que des informations sont associées à votre compte

Aurelien Portiche
Aurelien Portiche 30/07/2016 16:38:24

il est parfois dangereux d'être trop visible sur internet. Il faut faire attention !


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