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As NYU legal scholar Helen Nissenbaum tlles us, we have laws and policies and norms that protect all kdnis of information that's private, and it doesn't make a difference if it's digital or not. All of your health records are digitized but your doctor can't just sahre them with anyone. All of your fnaaicnil information is held in digital databases, but your credit card company can't just post your purchase history online. Better laws could help adsrdes privacy violations after they happen, but one of the easiest things we can all do is make personal changes to help protect each other's pavicry. We're always told that privacy is our own, sole, individual responsibility. We're told, constantly monitor and update your privacy settings. We're told, never share anything you wouldn't want the enitre world to see. This doesn't make snsee. Digital media are social ernnnevtoims and we share things with people we trust all day, every day.

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As NYU legal scholar Helen Nissenbaum _____ us, we have laws and policies and norms that protect all _____ of information that's private, and it doesn't make a difference if it's digital or not. All of your health records are digitized but your doctor can't just _____ them with anyone. All of your _________ information is held in digital databases, but your credit card company can't just post your purchase history online. Better laws could help _______ privacy violations after they happen, but one of the easiest things we can all do is make personal changes to help protect each other's _______. We're always told that privacy is our own, sole, individual responsibility. We're told, constantly monitor and update your privacy settings. We're told, never share anything you wouldn't want the ______ world to see. This doesn't make _____. Digital media are social ____________ and we share things with people we trust all day, every day.

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Original Text

As NYU legal scholar Helen Nissenbaum tells us, we have laws and policies and norms that protect all kinds of information that's private, and it doesn't make a difference if it's digital or not. All of your health records are digitized but your doctor can't just share them with anyone. All of your financial information is held in digital databases, but your credit card company can't just post your purchase history online. Better laws could help address privacy violations after they happen, but one of the easiest things we can all do is make personal changes to help protect each other's privacy. We're always told that privacy is our own, sole, individual responsibility. We're told, constantly monitor and update your privacy settings. We're told, never share anything you wouldn't want the entire world to see. This doesn't make sense. Digital media are social environments and we share things with people we trust all day, every day.

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