AbstractThe topic of personal privacy concerns of how corporations utilize personal data are examined in the context of personal digital archiving. Most modern devices that capture audio, video and still images automatically embed a significant amount of personally identifiable information. There are constructive uses for this embedded metadata. However, individuals who use online services to curate their collections may not be aware this data exists, and thus may not able to give informed consent about its use.
NoteThis is the Accepted Manuscript (AM), post-peer review.
SubjectsCuration, Digital files, Photographs, Metadata, Ethics, Privacy
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