post 1: Annie Galvin and Alice Marwick discussed the term ‘privacy work’ in the Societies Online podcast. What kind of privacy work is involved with social media? Connect the idea of privacy work to one of the three privacy theories that Margulis outlines and argue why it best describes the social media environment. Are there other aspects of privacy that are not considered by these approaches? Why might these be relevant for social media users to consider?
post 2: Nissenbaum has argued that physical boundaries (such as a home), relationships, or types of information often come into play to mark the distinction between public and private realms. What boundaries mark the distinction between public activities and private activities online? For example, is your social media data or your Google search history public information or private information? Why might this public-private binary be inadequate to address privacy today?