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21CIF: Locate, Evaluate and Ethically use Digital information: Co Curators: Dennis O'Connor & Carl Heine
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5 Ways to Keep Your Google Browsing Private

5 Ways to Keep Your Google Browsing Private | 21st Century Information Fluency | Scoop.it
Google's one unified privacy policy went into effect on March 1. The new privacy policy makes it easier for Google to bring user data across its services, but the actual privacy preferences remained unchanged.

If you are concerned about how to "keep your browsing history as private as possible" think article shares five tips.


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Google wants ability to 'combine' your user data

Google wants ability to 'combine' your user data | 21st Century Information Fluency | Scoop.it
A forthcoming change to Google's privacy policy gives it the right to use information across multiple services to provide enhanced services and ads. Previously, that was only implicit. Read this blog post by Elinor Mills on Privacy Inc..

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Managing Collective Intelligence-If you think knowledge is power, you aren’t living in the real world.

Managing Collective Intelligence-If you think knowledge is power, you aren’t living in the real world. | 21st Century Information Fluency | Scoop.it

[...] Chapter 9A live experiment in collective intelligence!


If you think knowledge is power, you aren’t living in the real world. Knowledge changes so fast that if you try to hold onto it, you end up with nothing. To get power, it is much more effective to share knowledge and thus build the basis for a reputation.If people think you have key strategic knowledge, you will have power within the organization.


Richard McDermott, President of McDermott Consulting (From "Lagestion du savoir", proceedings of the November 2003 colloquium organized byCEFRIO:http://www.cefrio.qc.ca/pdf/ActesGestionDuSavoir.pdf )

 

This quote describes a common-sense reality that unfortunately not everyone understands. But we can implement this idea here and now, creating the basis for a collective reputation! Chapter 9 of thisbook will thus be open to everyone and co-authored. Here, the book becomes interactive, written by readers and by the author. [...]


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