Sharing privately: the effect publication on social media has on expectations of privacy

@article{Mills2017SharingPT,
  title={Sharing privately: the effect publication on social media has on expectations of privacy},
  author={Max Grayson Mills},
  journal={Journal of Media Law},
  year={2017},
  volume={9},
  pages={45 - 71}
}
  • Max Grayson Mills
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Media Law
  • ABSTRACT Users of social media wish to share information with their friends. They want to tell them about their thoughts, feelings and, more commonly, what they are having for dinner. Yet, they do not want to tell these things to the whole world. Under the tort of misuse of private information the desire to share privately is something of a paradox. There are two reasons for this: the threshold of when information is deemed to be in the public domain is too low; and, second, the protection… CONTINUE READING

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