1. Introduction 2. Privacy and Mediatization 3. The Privacy Consequences of Search 4. SNS, LBS, Apps and Adverts 5. Data Governance 6. Digital Media Citizenship 7. Conclusion
Tim Dwyer is Associate Professor in Media and Communications at the University of Sydney. He is the author of Legal and Ethical Issues in the Media; Media Convergence and the co-editor of New Media Worlds: Challenges for Convergence. He is the Degree Director of the Master of Media Practice in the Department of Media and Communications at the University of Sydney, Australia.
"Dwyer has provided a timely and keenly observed guide to the fast changing information environment with 'Convergent Media and Privacy'. This richly detailed book takes the reader through a disturbing political economy of converged media which has comprehensively redefined privacy while the rest of us slept. This is excellent critical scholarship which is sweeping, accessible, and filled with telling examples of processes which - despite Dwyer's fair and measured analysis - threaten the essence of human identity." - Chris A. Paterson, School of Media and Communication, University of Leeds, UK