Radio 4 on Facebook and privacy

February 22, 2008 at 3:02 pm Leave a comment

Internet swashbuckler Ben Hammersley has taken another step towards redeeming himself for inventing the word “podcast” with this programme for Radio 4’s Analysis on the willingness of people to disclose personal information on site like Facebook, and the implications this might have for our notions of privacy. Well worth a listen.

Author: Richard Sandford, Flux Blog, 28 January 2008


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