…l manipulated if he or she dropped it in as normal conversation but they were in fact getting paid. Google’s disingenuous response shows that they are trying to normalize this manipulation.
She calls her theory “contextual integrity,” and in a nutshell it says that people experience privacy violations when informational norms are breached.
Of course, we also have a love for “new and improved” but in relatively modest proportions. “New and improved” is great for things we are already familiar with — like cereal and dish soap — but not for products where we lack a frame of reference.