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27-31 August 2019
Poznań, Poland
Europe/Warsaw timezone
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Contribution Paper

Poznań, Poland - Morasko Kampus, room: 2.99

Cultural Identity And Technological Privacy


  • Ashok ORAON

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Cultural identity is an intercultural process may be understood as a set of customs,institutions, ideas,ideals and value created and developed throughout history,forming a continual entity within a general and cultural continuum usually associated with one nation,living in particular state or within a larger cultural community.Privacy remains both contentious and ever more pertinent in contemporary society.Yet it persists as an ill define terms,not only within specific field but in its various uses and implication between and across technical,legal and political contexts.This article offers a new critical review of the cultural identity crises by the technology. Culture is all about the ancient practices of traditional pattern.Technology is latest phenomena which provoke the cultural identity and privacy of human beings in global era.Asian society affected with this technological tools and techniques. Technology and privacy are two intertwined nations that must be jointly analyzed and faced. Technology is a social practice that embodies the capacity of societies to transform themselves by creating the possibility to generate and manipulate not only physical objects, but also symbols, cultural forms and social relations. In turn, privacy describes a vital and complex aspect of these social relations. Thus technology influences people’s understanding of privacy, and people’s understanding of privacy is a key factor in defining the direction of technological development.