What is digital identity ?

Issues, tools, methodologies

The question of digital identity and e-reputation is central in today's Internet ecosystem, both in terms of individual and collective use. This book is an accessible guide to cutting-edge research on the subject and provides an overview of the fundamental issues that individuals need to master in order to retain control over their or their organization’s online presence.

This is a book for readers who wish to discover more about this rich and complex issue, as well as for businesses, organizations and public authorities seeking a methodology and good practices in this domain. It is also for all those who have asked themselves at least once whether the publication of a piece of information, a video or a Facebook status update risked causing harm to themselves one day, their friends and family, or their employer. Lastly, and above all, this is a book for people who have never asked themselves that question.

This book has been produced with support from the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur Region.


Paperback - In English 10.00 €

Specifications


Publisher
OpenEdition Press
Author
Olivier Ertzscheid,
Collection
Encyclopédie numérique
Language
English
BIC subject category (UK)
U Computing & information technology
Onix Audience Codes
08 Adult education
Title First Published
09 February 2016

Paperback


Product Detail
1 A4
Publication Date
09 February 2016
ISBN-13
978-2-82185-578-6
Extent
Main content page count : 62
Code
92971
Dimensions
13.5 x 19.5 x cm
Weight
85 grams
List Price
10.00 €
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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Contents


  • Foreword
  • Introduction: The World Life Web
  • Identity logics
    • What is digital identity?
    • Sign-in details and identification: identity and identities
    • The issues
    • Context
    • The whys and the wherefores – and the risks
  • Tools, markets and strategies
    • Who wants this data that covers (almost) everything about us?
      Log files and cookies: a spot of cookery
      In short … Choose the monitor rather than the (smoke)screen
    • The digital identity toolkit
    • And if I really want to know everything about a person? Neighbourhood search engines
    • The e-reputation market
    • How can I counter online defamation?
    • The digital right to be forgotten?
  • Social networks and public spaces
    • Social distance, open networks and privacy in public
    • In pursuit of Utopia
    • Privacy on social networks? A nonsense at best
    • The case of Facebook
    • Granularity, porosity, percolation: the three musketeers of digital identity
    • Search engines and networks: identity-making machines
  • Conclusion
    • The antelope complex
    • Documentation is permanent and an integral part of online life
  • Appendices
    • Netiquette and digital identity
    • Netiquette and best practice: better management of digital identity
  • Bibliography

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