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NetPublic » Identité numérique : Dossier complet avec approche pédagogique

NetPublic » Identité numérique : Dossier complet avec approche pédagogique | identités numériques, e-reputation | Scoop.it

Qu’est-ce que l’identité numérique ? Comment la présenter comme thème d’actualité, comprendre ses enjeux et en faciliter une approche pédagogique dans le cadre de l’enseignement, de la formation et de la sensibilisation des publics (élèves, enseignants, animateurs d’EPN, professionnels et grand public) ?

Elie Allouche (‎Directeur adjoint du CANOPÉ de Créteil, chargé du numérique éducatif) propose un dossier complet sur la notion d’identité numérique qui répond précisément aux questions mentionnées ci-dessus : l’identité numérique : document de travail.


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Why Digital Influence is So Important | Networking Exchange Blog

Why Digital Influence is So Important | Networking Exchange Blog | identités numériques, e-reputation | Scoop.it
Customers Who Share Their Experiences Online Shape Buying Behavior...

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50 Ways Social Media Can Destroy Your Business

50 Ways Social Media Can Destroy Your Business | identités numériques, e-reputation | Scoop.it
Social media is also a great way to build up a business, but it can tear it down again just as quickly. Let’s go through some examples… (Social media is a good thing. There's absolutely, positively no doubt about that.
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Cartes: Digital Identity - a Social and Economic Challenge! - EON: Enhanced Online News (press release)

Cartes: Digital Identity - a Social and Economic Challenge! - EON: Enhanced Online News (press release) | identités numériques, e-reputation | Scoop.it
Cartes: Digital Identity - a Social and Economic Challenge!
EON: Enhanced Online News (press release)
PARIS--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Today, digital identity exists for all, in all its forms and meets a variety of needs.
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Selon un rapport publié par le Boston Consulting Group, la valeur créée par les identités numériques pourrait atteindre 1000 milliard d'euros en Europe d'ici 2020

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The Evolution of Social Media: 2004 - 2014 (Infographic)

The Evolution of Social Media: 2004 - 2014 (Infographic) | identités numériques, e-reputation | Scoop.it
A lot has happened in the last 10 years. The founding of Facebook looms large as one of the biggest moments. Mark Zuckerberg's site has connected the world like no other social network, and is now a certified, mobile powerhouse.
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NSA Transparency Hurts Americans' Privacy, Feds Say With Straight Face | Threat Level | Wired.com

NSA Transparency Hurts Americans' Privacy, Feds Say With Straight Face | Threat Level | Wired.com | identités numériques, e-reputation | Scoop.it

Adding limited public accountability to the NSA’s vast electronic spying programs would actually harm the privacy of Americans, Obama administration officials told a Senate hearing today.

 

A subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee this morning debated legislation that would force the government to release statistics on how many Americans have had their data scooped into various spy programs exposed by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.

 

The legislation, proposed by Sen. Al Franken (D-Minnesota), requires annual disclosure of the number of Americans whose information was collected, even if they were not the direct targets of the surveillance. The Surveillance Transparency Act would also allow internet companies like Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and others to divulge the number of their users targeted under the programs.

 

The measure comes amid fierce debate over two other legislative proposals: one to legally strengthen the NSA’s snooping authority, and the other to dramatically reduce it.

 

Robert Litt, the general counsel for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, and Bradford Wiegmann, deputy assistant attorney general, told the Committee on Privacy, Technology and the Law today that it would have a “privacy diminishing effect” if intelligence officials were forced to review every piece of data vacuumed up under its internet and phone surveillance programs.

 

“Attempting to identify the numbers of persons or U.S. persons whose communications or information may be incidentally collected would, in practice, have a privacy-diminishing effect directly contrary to the aims of this bill,” they testified in a joint, written statement.

 

“Attempting to make this determination would require the intelligence community to research and review personally identifying information solely for the purpose of complying with the reporting requirements, even if the information has not been determined to contain foreign intelligence,” they argued. “Such an effort would conflict with our efforts to protect privacy.”

 

Litt, while addressing the panel, added that such a requirement “would perversely” undermine privacy.

 

Kevin Bankston, a staff attorney with the Center for Democracy and Technology, told the Senate panel that the administration’s position “doesn’t make sense to me.”

 

“The privacy has already been violated,” he said.

 

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California Passes Internet 'Undo' Law For Children - Mintpress News

Mintpress News California Passes Internet 'Undo' Law For Children Mintpress News A new social media law in California requires operators of digital platforms to notify minors of their rights to removed content or information they posted and honor...
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Une loi californienne permet désormais aux mineurs de supprimer tout contenu embarrassant qu'ils affichent sur Internet.

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