With all this, de Souza ag e Silva and Frith (2012: 119–120) claim that ‘the lack of privacy takes place when the context shifts far from the way the given information ended up being originally intended’.

With all this, de Souza ag e Silva and Frith (2012: 119–120) claim that ‘the lack of privacy takes place when the context shifts far from the way the given information ended up being originally intended’.

De Souza ag ag e Silva and Frith (2012: 119) carry on to help make the point that is important, eventually, ‘locational privacy has to be recognized contextually’. Location info is perhaps perhaps maybe not inherently personal. Certainly, as Greg Elmer (2010) has argued, all location-based social media marketing platforms run around a stress, constantly negotiated by their users, between ‘finding’ and ‘being found’, and also this is especially therefore with dating and hook-up apps. Continue reading “With all this, de Souza ag e Silva and Frith (2012: 119–120) claim that ‘the lack of privacy takes place when the context shifts far from the way the given information ended up being originally intended’.”