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What is a Digital Dossier?
Transcript of What is a Digital Dossier?
WHAT ARE DIGITAL DOSSIERS?
All the tracks of information you leave behind on your internet life.
Digital: using or characterized by computer technology.
Dossier: a group of papers that contain detailed information about someone or something.
(Merriam Webster Dictionary)
WHAT IS IN YOUR DIGITAL DOSSIER?
All of the things you do in the net, even simple google searches are
stored and saved forever in your digital dossier
WHERE IS IT LEADING OUR SOCIETY?
WHO CAN SEE YOUR DIGITAL DOSSIER?
ALL OF THESE PEOPLE AND MUCH MORE CAN SEE ALL YOU DO IN THE NET INCLUDING PEOPLE YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW
emails, searches, uploads of photos, digital calls, chat rooms,social media and everything you do on the net
IT IS LEADING OUR SOCIETY TO A NON-PRIVATE LIFE, OPEN TO DANGERS AND EXPOSED TO PEOPLE
YOU MIGHT HAVE NEVER HEARD ABOUT
WHY AND FOR WHAT RESON DID IT START?
Nobody actually started it, At least no one invented digital dossier
It's saved into the computers personal history, sent to your dossier file, and saved in the dossier
when it becomes saved into your personal dossier many important people can see it.
Your digital dossier is a main branch of all digital natives and immigrants.
According to the Berkman Center for Internet and Society and Harvard University(23/09/2010), digital natives are posting information on a daily basis on non-secure sites