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We continue to examine fame in the digital age and look at the downsides of using new media as a way to raise your profile, particularly the over-saturation of information and those who have become famous unwillingly.
We talk to Professor of Law and digital privacy expert Daniel Solove about the boundaries of fame and privacy online.
Alice Marwick, researcher in social networking tells us about the role of MySpace, Facebook in Twitter in making you famous and what she expects in the future.