Asking for Facebook Logins: An Egoist Case for Privacy

@article{Drake2016AskingFF,
  title={Asking for Facebook Logins: An Egoist Case for Privacy},
  author={J. Drake},
  journal={Journal of Business Ethics},
  year={2016},
  volume={139},
  pages={429-441}
}
  • J. Drake
  • Published 2016
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Business Ethics
With the advent of social networking websites, privacy concerns have reached a new high. One particularly problematic concern entails employers requesting login credentials to popular social media platforms. While many people may consider this request unethical, they may not agree on the reasons it is unethical. One reason may be to blame the behavior on egoism. Egoism, however, comes in multiple flavors, not all of which would agree that violating privacy is acceptable. In this paper, we… Expand
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