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Education for - and about - communication and media
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Facebook has a new process for discussing ethics. But is it ethical?

Facebook has a new process for discussing ethics. But is it ethical? | Educommunication | Scoop.it

How does Facebook translate broad ethical values into its decision-making process for research?


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Facebook vous traque jusqu’au bout du Net | L'Humanité

Facebook vous traque jusqu’au bout du Net | L'Humanité | Educommunication | Scoop.it
Le réseau social récolte des informations trop sensibles et trop nombreuses, sans en avertir ses utilisateurs, alerte la Cnil, qui lui laisse trois mois pour se mettre en conformité avec le droit.

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Jumping In bed with Facebook: Smart or desperate? | Monday Note

Jumping In bed with Facebook: Smart or desperate? | Monday Note | Educommunication | Scoop.it
  by Frederic Filloux Several major news organizations are said to be in negotiations with Facebook for a hosting deal. This throws the media sphere into an intense debate: Is this a path to prosperity or a dangerous surrender?  The digital media odyssey’s latest chapter: According to a March 23rd New York Times article, half a dozen news organizations are currently in discussions with Facebook for a distribution deal. Cited as candidates for the experiment: The NYT itself, but also BuzzFeed, th

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Facebook is no longer a social network. It’s the world's most powerful news reader

Facebook is no longer a social network. It’s the world's most powerful news reader | Educommunication | Scoop.it
It was barely two years ago that things were starting to look absolutely awful for Facebook. Its stock was hitting one new low after another, at one point falling to half of its IPO value. General ...

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Fabrice Marcoux's curator insight, August 6, 2014 2:52 PM

Facebook était condamné, disait-on il y a un an. Et voilà qu'il semble que son orientation ait basculé vers la seconde partie de la mission : non plus être en lien avec ses proches, mais partager ce qui nous intéresse avec le monde.

Mark William's curator insight, July 30, 2015 9:28 AM

“Facebook’s mission is to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected. People use Facebook to stay connected with friends and family, to discover what’s going on in the world, and to share and express what matters to them.”

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Facebook contre Twitter : le duel des géants des médias sociaux | La Tribune

Facebook contre Twitter : le duel des géants des médias sociaux | La Tribune | Educommunication | Scoop.it
Dix ans auront suffi au réseau social cofondé par Mark Zuckerberg pour rallier plus d'un milliard de membres actifs et devenir... une incontournable machine à cash publicitaire. Le célèbre site doit à la fois éviter la potentielle désaffection de ses « amis » et contrer la montée en puissance de Twitter, qui convoite aussi le gâteau publicitaire des médias sociaux (9,5 milliards de dollars en 2013), croqué aujourd'hui à plus des deux tiers par Facebook.

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Facebook: "La publicité représente 90 % du chiffre d'affaires de Facebook, les micropaiements liés aux jeux ayant tendance à plafonner. Chaque « ami » lui rapporte 2,14 dollars (c'est le revenu moyen par utilisateur au quatrième trimestre), dont 1,94 dollar de recettes pub."

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Facebook Just Changed Your Email Without Asking—Here's How to Fix It (Updated)

Facebook Just Changed Your Email Without Asking—Here's How to Fix It (Updated) | Educommunication | Scoop.it

Did you know that Facebook switched your public profile's contact information from your real email to your @facebook.com address that you probably never use.  Here is how to fix it.

Ken


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Internet, le réseau des plus forts - Libération

Internet, le réseau des plus forts - Libération | Educommunication | Scoop.it
Auteurs de discours ambitieux sur une planète 100% connectée où ils seraient capables de se substituer aux Etats dans tous les domaines, les mastodontes comme Facebook, Alphabet, Microsoft ou Apple ont en plus les moyens de leur mise en œuvre. Pas de quoi rassurer les défenseurs d’un modèle social et solidaire.

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Facebook Growth and Penetration in the World - Facebook Statistics

Facebook Growth and Penetration in the World - Facebook Statistics | Educommunication | Scoop.it

Facebook World Statistics Growth Comparison between 2013 and 2015, by geographic regions of the world.

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What Teens Really Think About YouTube, Google+, Reddit and Other Social Media

What Teens Really Think About YouTube, Google+, Reddit and Other Social Media - Backchannel - Medium
By the “Actual Teen” who nailed Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat last week

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Danah Boyd's comments:

https://medium.com/message/an-old-fogeys-analysis-of-a-teenagers-view-on-social-media-5be16981034d

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"I’m not bothered by these teens’ comments; I’m bothered by the way they are interpreted and treated by the tech press and the digerati.

I’m a researcher. I’ve been studying American teens’ engagement with social media for over a decade. I wrote a book on the topic. I don’t speak on behalf of teens, but I do amplify their voices and try to make sense of the diversity of experiences teens have. I work hard to account for the biases in whose voices I have access to because I’m painfully aware that it’s hard to generalize about a population that’s roughly 16 million people strong. They are very diverse and, yet, journalists and entrepreneurs want to label them under one category and describe them as one thing".

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Ken Morrison's curator insight, January 14, 2015 4:57 AM

This post from a 19 year-old college students is getting traction in recent days as he talks about social media.  The most memorable statement for me is that he said that Instagram is a place to share the photo that sums up their favorite moments; Facebook is a place where they place photos so that their family knows that they are still alive.

 

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Report on Social Media in Education (Part 1) [Facebook and Twitter] - EdTechReview™ (ETR)

Report on Social Media in Education (Part 1) [Facebook and Twitter] - EdTechReview™ (ETR) | Educommunication | Scoop.it
Social media in education is a medium for educators & learners like teachers, students to express, learn and share their views, problems with others, irrespective of the language, place, time, religion

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Typologie : les 36 types de fans Facebook

Typologie : les 36 types de fans Facebook | Educommunication | Scoop.it

Internet en général et les réseaux sociaux en particulier regorgent de personnages singuliers, que l’on peut parfois aisément caricaturer. Après les 10 types d’accros aux réseaux sociaux ou encore les 11 types d’utilisateurs Facebook, voici donc les 36 types de fans Facebook, une présentation réalisée par l’agence Soap Creative. Les parodies de ce genre sont légion mais on ne s’en lasse pas ! Même si le trait est volontairement grossi, on retrouvera tout de même beaucoup de réalité dans ces portraits… Une traduction en français est disponible sous la présentation.

et toi, qui es-tu ?


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