Saturday, March 24 - 1:00PM to 1:45PM
The Blurring Line: Photography and Privacy in the Digital Age is a look at the camera's emerging role as the "eyes" of technology, and how this role challenges our previously held notions of privacy. Privacy expectations and laws vary from place to place, culture to culture, and even from person to person. Any notion of privacy we previously held is changing faster than ever before, and modern photography and information technology are the catalysts. This presentation will cover a survey of new photographic technology and discuss some of the broader implications that result, especially in regards to social media and how much information we're really sharing through photos.