More Than Just Friends? Facebook, Disclosive Ethics and the Morality of Technology

@inproceedings{Light2008MoreTJ,
  title={More Than Just Friends? Facebook, Disclosive Ethics and the Morality of Technology},
  author={Ben Light and Kathy McGrath and Marie Griffiths},
  booktitle={ICIS},
  year={2008}
}
Social networking sites have become increasingly popular destinations for people wishing to chat, play games, make new friends or simply stay in touch. Furthermore, many organizations have been quick to grasp the potential they offer for marketing, recruitment and economic activities. Nevertheless, counterclaims depict such spaces as arenas where deception, social grooming and the posting of defamatory content flourish. Much research in this area has focused on the ends to which people deploy… CONTINUE READING
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