Dédipix is a French term for an Internet phenomenon where users take nude or semi-nude photos of themselves, write a pseudonym on their body, and then post the photograph to their blogs, where other users (the average age is 14) leave comments. Behind this obsession with fame lies a desire to reveal oneself while maintaining one’s privacy. It represents a new ‘net memory,’ upsetting the limits between the public and the private.
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