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Loving @cwebber presentation today. You act differently in your different communities. To some extent privacy isn't just individual, it's to protect different social norms from community to community. Social dynamics vary and the centralised, surveillance focused internet threatens those communities and their cohesity. Again it also comes down to different behaviours may be the norms for your community, but can harm your reputation elsewhere.

@cwebber
Ah ha you were ahead of me there 😊. It was a really good presentation. I really enjoyed it. It pretty much joined up alot of my community contexts
@Bja

@onepict oof! Need to watch the source first so I'm contributing something novel to the conversation! Thanks for what you do, @cwebber!

@Bja
Well you didn't know it was up and it shows great minds think alike.
@cwebber

@Bja
Which I'm pretty sure Christopher mentioned in his presentation today.
@cwebber

@onepict @Bja @cwebber

The definitional case may be the intentionally provoked case of context collapse creating, as you would, horror and/or humor:

Content Moderation Case Study: Handling Trolls Invading A Community (1993)

techdirt.com/articles/20201021

The war between alt.tasteless and rec.pets.cats [paywall]

wired.com/1994/05/alt-tasteles

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