Wednesday, 24 October 2007

Sharing, Privacy and Trust in our networked world

OCLC have just published a report on social networks and their potential for libraries. People from Germany, France, Canada, Japan, the UK and the US were interviewed to study practices of social networking and privacy issues from both the client and librarian's point of view. The report is very long at 280 (!) pages and I've only just started flicking (or scrolling) through it so I can't really comment on its contents yet.

For anyone who is interested it can be found at:

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