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CS 101 Week Nine Lecture Notes

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Department
Communication Studies
Course
CS101
Professor
Jeremy Hunsinger
Semester
Fall

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November 12, 2013 Video: - Deleuze - Disciplinary societies are replaced by societies of control and instant communication - In a control based system nothing is left alone for long - Markets are the instruments of control - Stiegler – an economy of contribution - Web 2.0 - Machines don’t explain anything – we have to analyze it - Maurizio Lazaretto - Greg Seigworth - The internet is a characteristic of societies of control - Mark Poster – who controls digital culture? - Deleuze’s “Postscript on the societies of control” - Structures are algebraic – a set of mathematical representations - 1964 at John Hopkins University – conference where Jacques Derrida spoke - Structuralism (algebraic) and post-structuralists who disagree - Post-structuralism re-centers objectivity - Bishop Barclay – our perception is the only thing that creates our reality, and the only thing that sustains us is a higher being - “The arts of memory” – how people remembered things – people used to have more powerful memories than we do now - University = a knowledge factory - Post-structuralism – a different relation to the world than was previously thought – not everything can be represented algebraically; set of metaphorical and meaningful relations in the world - Universities are changing and controlling us by putting walls up or taking them down in our minds - No one makes us successful except ourselves - Openness principle – pursue things you are passionate about – learn through our own self edification - Culture of contribution according to Stiegler – we are moving more towards this Privacy Laws in Canada: - All part of the same set of interpretations - Legal frameworks limit us or open up possibilities for us to exploit - In Canada, privacy means: 1. in a classical sense, privacy has meant the right to be left alone. 2. In the 21 century, privacy has taken on a multitude of definitions (private space, to conduct private communications, to be free from surveillance and to respect the sanctity of one’s body) 3. Privacy commissioner of Canada states privacy is the right to control access to one’s person and information about oneself; the right to privacy means individuals decide what and how much information to give to whom and for what uses 4. Supreme Court defines it as: the degree of privacy which the law protects is closely linked to what a breach of that privacy would have on the freedom and dignity of the individual - We have a lesser expectation of privacy when in our vehicle - If we invite a police into our house, we have a lesser expectation of privacy - Ranking privacy protections worldwide (Priv
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