1. What Dialogue?

We constantly use our mobile phones and internet to meet while on a distance. How does this affect the way we trust each other to be 'really' there?

Everybody is a networked society specialist. In the context of social media platforms such as Facebook, where trust is defined in absolutist terms (friend or foe), we need to reassess the gradation of privacy levels we can select to experience more subtly defined, sensitive relationships.
Is it acceptable to be invisible on the Internet? Who is watching you now?

The current policy on transparency in public space means it is not acceptable to be invisible, to be untraceable. Yet neither is it acceptable to be dressed in a burqa (or to be naked, for that matter) in physical public space. Playing hide and seek we meet worldwide using integrated mobile technology, making contact with the other through a 'digital DataVeil':