S2E2 - Fixing Our Privacy Settings
Has your pastor preached a sermon on Facebook settings or surveillance cameras? Mine hasn’t. Does the Bible really have anything to say about digital privacy?
And—is Alexa actually listening to us in my kitchen?
Chris wrote the cover story for Christianity Today on a Christian view of digital privacy. He started out by going to parties and asking “When was a time your privacy was violated?”
So Adam interviews Chris about what he found out including:
What is the “intimacy paradox”?
Are you a “city, suburbs, or country” person when it comes to your reaction?
Cover Story Christianity Today Magazine September 2018
Fixing our Privacy Settings: Why Christians should worry less about protecting their information and think more about giving it away by Chris Ridgeway
Privacy in Context: Technology, Policy, and the Integrity of Social Life by Helen Nissenbaum
“Comfortable with friends sharing your picture on Facebook? - Effects of closeness and ownership on picture sharing preference” by Auk Kim and Gahgene Gweon, in Computers in Human Behavior, 2016.