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Author AvatarClick to View CategoryFacebook Diversion No Solution

by Webnme2 on May 15th 2010 in Social Media

Facebook held a meeting last Thursday to review user privacy concerns and shortly thereafter launched two “privacy” tools to protect account-holders from scammers and alert users to suspicious activity. Unlike the new exposure of personal data that was imposed as a new default, these protections were not added as a default, which suggests to me […]


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Author AvatarClick to View CategoryFacebook and the Demise of Privacy

by Webnme2 on May 14th 2010 in Social Media

Facebook will tell you that it is concerned about your privacy, but from my perspective as a user, it seems that the frequent changes in how facebook handles privacy are doing nothing but erode the privacy of its users. The most recent assault on privacy came with a message asking users to confirm which pages […]


Author AvatarClick to View CategoryYour Privacy on facebook (TM)

by Webnme2 on Mar 1st 2010 in Legal and Social Issues, Social Media

Protecting Your Privacy on facebook Social media is designed for sharing. It is that simple. It facilitates giving information to other people. So what about your privacy – how do you protect it? The information here is specific to facebook, but the same general advice applies to all social media. There are some things you […]


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