By Amy Turner, The Community Roundtable
The right to privacy online is not so clear-cut when debated with the right to free speech. There is much more citizen journalism happening, but laws have been created with traditional publishing institutions in mind. These laws favor the right to free speech, which puts the right to privacy in an uncertain balance.
In Privacy, Free Speech, and ‘Blurry-Edged’ Social Networks, we review a discussion TheCR Network had with Lauren Gelman, Principal & Founder at BlurryEdge Strategies. The center of the debate is privacy vs. free speech. At its very basic level, an individual’s right to protect his/her privacy interferes with another individual’s right to talk about another person. This post uncovers best practices unveiled from our sobering discussion with Lauren.
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