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This paper explores young people s expressed concerns about privacy in the context of a highly mediated cultural environment, mapping social media practices against axes of visibility and participation. Drawing on interdisciplinary conceptual resources from both the humanities and social sciences we use spectacles of intimacy (Chase and Levenson 2000) to conceptualise breaches of privacy, mapping an emergent moral landscape for young people that moves beyond concerns with e-safety to engagedoi:10.1080/13676261.2014.992323 fatcat:kuhpamkmzzavtdwvfqsvl3h4d4