I have put together a site which considers the appropriateness of Facebook in education; officially or otherwise. The idea being that it might assist in encouraging further dialogue around the central issues, but also a wider consideration of online privacy and data profiling.


Thoughts/feedback welcome.

Many thanks,


Greg O'Hanlon
Lecturer in Creative Technologies

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