Read at your own risk: shrinkage of privacy and interactive media

@article{Baruh2007ReadAY,
  title={Read at your own risk: shrinkage of privacy and interactive media},
  author={Lemi Baruh},
  journal={New Media & Society},
  year={2007},
  volume={9},
  pages={187-211}
}
This article discusses how interactive media threaten informational privacy, especially in a legal environment that fails to protect individuals’ right to receive and use content without being scrutinized by private and government institutions.The article observes that as information about media consumption habits make up an increasingly large share of the stock of data that institutions can use in order to make inferences about individuals, it becomes increasingly more difficult for… CONTINUE READING

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