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Private, public, life, for sale is my memory work.
For my memory I decided to take a closer look at the students of écal to better understand how they share their data on the Internet and how they consider the protection of their privacy. First of all in a targeted way, on selected students, and then more generally.
On this page I will only show the results of my research and not the whole explanatory introduction which was presented in a book.

7 students

I chose for the study of my memory to store the data of 7 students of écal that I do not know. By data I hear all files with their names in Tempo (the server of our school) as well as all their traces left on google. I will therefore operate by profiling method.

1st Media & Interaction Design   →   Pierry Jaquillard
2nd Graphic design   →   Ariane Delaheye
1st Photography   →   Hugo Plagnard
1st Visual Arts   →   Cecilia Ekstam
1st Cinema   →   Nelson Iso
2nd Industrial Design   →   Salim Douma & Victor Guittet

For each of the 7 students, their collected data were assembled in a booklet printed 4 times for the sale.


écal survey

Survey made Wednesday, February 3, 2016 on students of écal, about their habits on Internet and social networks. 160 people responded to the survey sent exclusively via the écal mail.

The écal students social networks

Facebook92.9 %   
WhatsApp90.9 %
Skype83.8 %
Instagram78.6 %
Snapchat57.8 %
Pinterest52.6 %
Youtube50 %
Soundcloud40.9 %
Vimeo40.9 %
LinkedIn24.7 %
Twitter24.7 %
Tinder16.9 %
Steam11 %
Flickr11 %
Behance10.4 %
Vine9.1 %
Insta message9.1 %
Skyblog7.1 %
Delicious7.1 %
Dailymotion3.9 %
Msn3.9 %
Vkontakte3.2 %
Foursquare3.2 %
Medium2.6 %
Chatroulette2.6 %
Origine1.9 %
Picasa1.3 %
Reddit1.3 %
9chat0.6 %
Meetic0 %
Ello0 %

They think there is compromising data about them

They encrypt some of their data

They are agree to share all their public and private data with

Bests Friends37.7 %
Family24 %
Me (Alexia)7.1 %
Unknown3.9 %

© Alexia Lechot / ECAL - 2016