Nice discussion of Hasinoff and the gender politics of sexting yesterday. Our readings for Monday take us into a different set of social and political questions around digital culture and life online — together, Madrigal and Cohen offer all sorts of ways to think about how our identities take shape through data, and how corporate access to that data changes the possibilities and limitations of our lives online.
So for this blog post, you should to respond to the questions they raise in whatever way seems most significant to you — what issues do they raise, what concerns do they inspire? You’re free to take your response in whatever direction interests you, as long as you quote and cite some significant material from both articles.
Reminder: your response should go in the comments section for this post — click the “Leave a Comment” link at the top of the post. It should be at least 250 words, and is due by midnight on Sunday, April 9th. If you have any questions, let me know via email.