Brenda is one of our local Minneapolis guest dancers!
Lauren's most compelling avenue into this topic has been the exploration of secrets: when we have them, what we do with them, and how it feels to tell them, especially when telling is an empowering act. #TeamShare ... or #TeamPrivacy?
Based near Washington, D.C., CreeseWorks is a photographer and graphic designer known for his vibrant photography and clear cut, minimalist work. http://creeseworks.com
Emma is “buried, buried in data” (as Poynter put it once), during her day job as a data analyst for journalism. She hopes she’s improving your online experience, and she doesn’t really know who “you” are, anyway. But she judges Internet Explorer/Microsoft Edge users, for sure. #TeamShare
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Shauna is one of the thousands affected by the federal employee data hack in 2015. Despite that, she believes the Internet is largely a force for good, and she’ll always be inclined to trust her fellow humans. #TeamShare
Betsy can thank her mother for a healthy fear of sharing her data and consequently has been in countless arguments with schools who want her SSN (hint - they don’t need it #JustSayNo), TSA agents, security guards, and, most recently, a bouncer outside a club in Hyannis, Mass. #ThanksMom #TeamPrivacy
Ben is software developer and hacker, the (mostly) good kind. By day he helps companies and governments to monitor social media and other public content; by night he helps activists to evade tracking and censorship. Serving both sides of the arms race affords him a unique insight into the debate. He walks a fine line between #TeamShare and #TeamPrivacy.
Sam thinks this era isn’t as transparent as we think it is. Everyone hopes and tries to keep certain information private, i.e. some people temporarily or chronically don't use social media sites. We may be subconsciously more transparent, but she doesn’t think we'll ever be a fully transparent society. #TeamPrivacy
Stephanie loves seeing all the exciting things in her friend's lives on social media and appreciates them trusting her with their great moments. While she turns to the shy side of sharing her life, she is more worried about being tracked, poked and prodded by companies that think she needs "insert innovative product here." Just because she Googled it, doesn't mean her ad space should throw up unicorn onesies. #TeamPrivacy