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How can you respect the privacy of others online?

Computer apps project

matt pierce

on 14 February 2013

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Transcript of How can you respect the privacy of others online?

How can you respect the privacy of others online? A picture is worth a Thousand Words By: Jace, Matt, and Devon How can you respect the privacy of others online? Think before you post Reputation The general impression of a person held by others and the public. The general impression of a person held by others and the public Persist To continue and endure Context Different factors that surround a piece of information that help determine its meaning. Tag To add a descriptive word, label, or phrase to a photo or video. Drunken Pirate A Pennsylvania woman claims that her teaching career has been derailed by college administrators who unfairly disciplined her over a MySpace photo that shows her wearing a pirate hat and drinking from a plastic cup. In a federal lawsuit, Stacy Snyder charges that Millersville University brass accused her of promoting underage drinking after they discovered her MySpace photo, which was captioned 'Drunken Pirate.' The picture from Snyder's MySpace page (which she says was snapped at a costume party outside school hours) can be seen below. In her complaint, Snyder, a 25-year-old single mother of two, says that Millersville officials discovered the image last May, while she was a senior working as a student-teacher at Conestoga Valley High School. A university official told her that the photo was 'unprofessional' and could have offended her students if they accessed her MySpace page. At the time the 'Drunken Pirate' photo was taken, Snyder was of legal age to drink, though her lawsuit notes that the photo 'does not show the cup's contents.' Despite good grades and solid performance evaluations, Snyder claims that school officials improperly denied her a bachelor of science in education degree and a teaching certificate. The university, Snyder added, instead granted her a bachelor of arts degree last May 13. Because the school refuses to confirm that she satisfactorily completed her student teaching requirements, Snyder claims that she has been unable to secure certification from Pennsylvania's Department of Education. Snyder's lawyer, Mark Voigt, told TSG that his client now works as a nanny. He added that school officials should actually be 'celebrating' Snyder, a mother of two young children who returned to school to get a teaching degree. Drunken Pirate story provided by: http://www.thesmokinggun.com/documents/crime/college-sued-over-drunken-pirate-sanctions What do you think this means. Why do you think things posted
online tend to persist? What kinds of things might be good for you in the future if they are posted online now? How is this a good example of the quote "A picture is worth a thousand words"? Context Different factors that surround a piece of information. Tag To add a descriptive word, label, or
phrase to a photo or video. How would the situation be different if the context of the photo were taken into account? For instance: What if the caption of the photo wasn't "drunken pirate" but "Happy Halloween". What if Stacy's friend Joe had posted the picture of Stacy Without her knowing it, and tagged her with the "Drunken Pirate" caption. Does the fact that Joe posted the picture change the situation? Do you ever post things online about your friends? Do you comment on or tag their posts or photos? How do you decide when it is ok for you to post about others? What if your own judgement about a post is different from a friend's? For example, imagine you've posted a photo of a group of friends. One friend immediately comments that she loves it, but another complains that he doesn't like the way he looks, and asks that you take it down. What do you do? How can people reputations be affected by what is posted about them online? What impact could this have on their future? Anything posted online can persist for years to come, and this might affect important parts of their future lives, such as attending schools or getting jobs. You can help build each other's online reputations in a positive way, creating reputations that they like and are proud of.
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