Canada’s out-of-date online privacy rules aren’t protecting you The regulation of user privacy must consider potential future applications of any collected data. (Shutterstock) Anatoliy Gruzd, Ryerson University With so many of us stuck at home due to the pandemic, people
Companies are increasingly turning to social media to screen potential employees Users’ online activities can be reviewed by potential employers as a way to pre-screen job candidates. (Shutterstock) Anatoliy Gruzd, Ryerson University; Jenna Jacobson, Ryerson University, andElizabeth Dubois, L’Université d’Ottawa/University
“Custodians of the Internet: Platforms, Content Moderation, and the Hidden Decisions That Shape Social Media” Content moderation can serve as a prism for examining what platforms are, and how they subtly torque public life. Our understanding of platforms too blithely
“Not So Social, Not So Networked: Teens’ Perspectives of Privacy and Trust on Social Media” In the past two years, The eQuality Project has conducted a series of research projects exploring how teens use social media in their daily lives.
Jacobson, Gruzd & Hernandez-Garcia. (2019). Social media marketing: Who is watching the watchers? Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services. [Download an open access pre-print copy] Just because social media data is “public” does not mean that people do not