The JOHARI WINDOW is a model for describing personal awareness types and human interaction.
Figure 1 – The Johari Window devised by Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham Continue reading “Opening the Johari Window”
Perusing articles on Facebook privacy control changes from a well-known security company, there is the revelation that “no private information should be on the Internet”. A wise statement for an information security purist, but what constitutes ‘private information’, to what degree is it fluid and are the controls within Social Networks sufficient to allow us to restrict access in the ways we demand / require? What are the ‘sociological norms’, and what of ‘super-social’ libertines who have exceeded Dunbar’s Number by a magnitude of 700%? Continue reading “The Problem with Privacy and Social Networks”
STEVE NIMMONS warns of the hidden threat to corporate privacy and online reputation lurking within Web 2.0.
Article originally published by Evaluation Centre / Conspectus in June 2008. Continue reading “Online Reputation Management: Understanding the Unseen Enemy”
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