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RAISING AWARENESS: ARE WE SHARING TOO MUCH PRIVATE INFORMATION?

2013 Issues in Information Systems  
In the not too distant past, the retention of information has been the source of collective control over the masses of humanity.  ...  Sharing information has allowed civilization to develop and society to grow and prosper.  ...  Much is to be gained from the bits and pieces of our digital detritus.  ... 
doi:10.48009/2_iis_2013_375-381 fatcat:j6ii4wyoyneg3j7vztwfyxdvde

The relationship between public libraries and Google: Too much information

Vivienne Waller
2009 First Monday  
The author takes all responsibility for the views expressed in this article.  ...  In the context of the rise of the popular press, Kierkegaard argued that too much information gives rise to nihilism.  ...  Without these debates, libraries will lose their bearings, swallowed up by Google (or Google's successor) and spat out into a sea of too much information.  ... 
doi:10.5210/fm.v14i9.2477 fatcat:6y36znlep5hr7duoi2a6yj35xu

How much is too little? Privacy and smart cards in Hong Kong and Ontario

Stuart G. M. Bailey, Nadia Caidi
2005 Journal of information science  
In this article, we analyze the notion of privacy -how it is conceptualized and implemented as a constitutive element of identity -in two different cultures: Hong Kong, a Special Administrative Region  ...  By examining the two jurisdictions of Hong Kong and Ontario, we argue that, in addition to institutional structures, differing cultural notions of privacy affect the acceptance of new information and communication  ...  in the Act. (4) 'Our objective is to make use of the smart ID card to provide more convenient, user-friendly and value-added services and to drive the wider use of information technology in the community  ... 
doi:10.1177/0165551505055400 fatcat:yyt4xdxldvhudbilxoz4yhsv6i

Too Much Technology and Too Little Regulation? The Spectacular Demise of P2P Lending in China

Ding Chen, Simon Deakin, Andrew Johnston, Boya Wang
2021 Accounting, Economics, and Law ? A Convivium  
While there were hopes that P2P lending might increase flows of finance to the SMEs that are excluded from the formal banking system, ultimately too much of the activity on the P2P platforms was characterised  ...  regulation in 2015 in response to a series of platform failures to the final de facto closure of the whole sector by the regulator in 2019–20.  ...  Too Much Technology and Too Little Regulation?  ... 
doi:10.1515/ael-2021-0056 fatcat:ju7rwrku3nffnh443izygrgowa

Canada's Resource Curse: Too Much of a Good Thing

Daniel Drache
2009 Social Science Research Network  
With a global slowdown or worse on the horizon, Canada's unique combination of mixed goods and orthodox market-based policies is likely to be unsustainable in its current form.  ...  Its distinguishing characteristic is that there is a large and growing role for mixed goods and non-negotiable goods in comparison to the United States even when the proactive role of the Canadian state  ...  Mixed goods like access to information and a clean environment are a benefit to society and the individual and are dependent on public sector activity.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1645409 fatcat:qymcviu3sjhopotipnfa3q6ei4

When too much sport is barely enough: Broadcasting regulation and national identity

David Fraser, Kathryn McMahon
2002 Entertainment Law  
Sport and broadcasting appear to enjoy a symbiotic relationship. Similarly, sport seems to play a central role in many current understandings of national identity.  ...  Through a critical and comparative analysis of the legal system of anti-siphoning and anti-hoarding legislation in effect in Australia, we attempt to highlight the confused and confusing state of broadcasting  ...  More recently, the collapse of the Kirch media empire 5 and of ITV Digital in the UK 6 have demonstrated graphically the consequences and risks involved when huge expenditure is made in securing sports  ... 
doi:10.1080/14730980210001730481 fatcat:zhrszt7ztbfwthqvxqloc63vpe

When Too Much Sport is Barely Enough: Broadcasting Regulation and National Identity

David Fraser, Kathryn McMahon
2002 Entertainment and Sports Law Journal  
Sport and broadcasting appear to enjoy a symbiotic relationship. Similarly, sport seems to play a central role in many current understandings of national identity.  ...  Through a critical and comparative analysis of the legal system of anti-siphoning and anti-hoarding legislation in effect in Australia, we attempt to highlight the confused and confusing state of broadcasting  ...  More recently, the collapse of the Kirch media empire 5 and of ITV Digital in the UK 6 have demonstrated graphically the consequences and risks involved when huge expenditure is made in securing sports  ... 
doi:10.16997/eslj.157 fatcat:glyqrwt7urghlb2nx375re75p4

How Too much Emphasis on Connectivity is Decelerating the Exploitation of Digital Content in Poor Countries

Leonard J. Mselle, Tabu S. Kondo
2014 Journal of Internet Technology and Secured Transaction  
We argue that too much emphasis on connectivity has decelerated the use of digital content for education in poor countries like Tanzania.  ...  Digital content in education Digital content can be defined as that content which is accessed through electronic devices such as computers, digital readers etc.  ...  Problem definition The tendency to categorize local digital content obtained online as offline has contributed to too much emphasis on connectivity with regards to the use of digital content in schools  ... 
doi:10.20533/jitst.2046.3723.2014.0030 fatcat:lugknhzqqbfwtg23uurao77n7q

Too Much Sun? Emerging Challenges Presented by California & Federal Open Meeting Legislation to Public Policy Consensus-Building Processes

Lauri Boxer-Macomber
2004 Social Science Research Network  
A special thank you also goes to David Booher who reviewed several drafts of this thesis, informed my literature review, and mentored me throughout the writing process.  ...  In addition, I am indebted to each of the three members of my thesis committee: Frank Hirtz, who encouraged me to combine my law degree with a social science degree and to think more deeply about patterns  ...  Conference Paper: Democracy in the Digital Age. Information and Society Project. Yale Law School.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.632442 fatcat:h6l2j73g5zbsnak27lxegm3v5e

Too much pressure? Driving and restraining forces and pressures relating to the state of connected and autonomous vehicles in cities

Ella Rebalski, Marco Adelfio, Frances Sprei, Daniel J.A. Johansson
2022 Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives  
The drivers and pressures are identified in interviews with stakeholders from across the quadruple helix (academia, industry, government and civil society).  ...  Results showed that there was a strong belief across stakeholder groups that CAVs should be connected with mobility planning strategies.  ...  Mobility users who are not able to drive could exert a pressure towards CAV, since "one third of the population, approximately, can't drive, they're too young, too old, too disabled, they'll have an enormous  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trip.2021.100507 fatcat:34th3jda6rfnbl3kt3e3jfo25u

A Postsecular Look at the Reading Motif in Bahiyyih Nakhjavani's The Woman Who Read Too Much

Mary A. Sobhani
2015 The Journal of Baha'i Studies  
A través de las metáforas expuestas en la novela, se demuestra el acto de la lectura como un acto tanto material como metafísico. Este estudio le debe una deuda significativa a la obra de  ...  Como tal, analiza el motivo de la lectura en la obra de Bahiyyih Nakhjavani, La Mujer Que Leyó Demasiado, a través de un prisma postsecular.  ...  Who Read Too Much MARY A.  ... 
doi:10.31581/jbs-25.1-2.5(2015) fatcat:s5cvc35btzhutgym6sozf4vpnq

Information Problems in Information Society

Antonín Rosický
2020 Zenodo  
This name is a metaphor that help us to better under-stand this society and affects a perception of its general problems and ways of their solution too.  ...  Big idea of the information society as well as hopes and doubts connected with it are re-sults of similar and conceptual obscurities.  ...  For example: • Technocratic Society (Zbygniew Brzezinski) • Post-industrial Society (Daniel Bell) • Post-capitalist Society (Peter Drucker) • Post-fordist Society (Lucas Introna) Each of them emphasizes  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4136905 fatcat:35i4g3a6z5cuxoe4kmlrs72vp4

Information Ethics

Luciano Floridi
2002 Philosophy in the Contemporary World  
In less than a century, we have moved from a state of submission to nature, through a state of power of potential to tal destruction, to the present state, in which we have the means and too ls to engineer  ...  This is the question I wish to discuss in this paper. Let me anticipate my conclu sion.  ... 
doi:10.5840/pcw2002915 fatcat:esikc4xt6ncc3cb2mwhlzwnytu

Information discernment, mis-information and pro-active scepticism

Geoff Walton, Alison Jane Pickard, Lara Dodd
2018 Journal of Librarianship and Information Science  
Results also showed that with an appropriate embedded learning and teaching intervention, which includes aspects of information and digital literacy, school students adopt a cognitive questioning state  ...  Findings confirmed the results of many studies that school students adopt a cognitive default position of trust and are relatively unquestioning when using information sources for their work (in this case  ...  In particular they did not like sources that were either too long, or had too much information.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0961000618769980 fatcat:k4etx6vd3rbm3ouw75y2nm3shy

Information security is information risk management

Bob Blakley, Ellen McDermott, Dan Geer
2001 Proceedings of the 2001 workshop on New security paradigms - NSPW '01  
Information security is important in proportion to an organization's dependence on information technology.  ...  Current information security technology, however, deals with only a small fraction of the problem of information risk.  ...  We also believe that information security risks will be poorly understood until we do a much better job of quantification of economic losses.  ... 
doi:10.1145/508185.508187 fatcat:ocxjjrrvnndpveeuejwdtxndye
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