Oct 31, 2013

Facebook’s Next Big Privacy Change | Social Media Today
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A great piece from Social Media Today on Facebook privacy concerns. Somewhere along the line it seems that profits at the super mega social site have trumped everything else. My opinion is such that I feel the worst is yet to come. Facebook just recently acquired the facial recognition company called face.com, I envision five years from now there being live cameras everywhere and Facebook knowing when you come and go, and more importantly where you are at all times. Kind of creepy, but hey that’s just one mans opinion.

From the article:

We’re all on Facebook and seemingly can’t give it up, but should we?

In 2013 there have been some big changes in the way the social network handles its users’ privacy.

The latest round of Facebook changes had a huge impact on teens and their online privacy.

You might recall that earlier in October Facebook caused a stir by changing settings so that teens could make themselves discoverable on the platform.

In an Oct. 16 Los Angeles Times piece Facebook loosens privacy policy on teens’ posts Jeffrey Chester, executive director of the Center for Digital Democracy, called on federal regulators to step in and protect teen privacy.

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via Facebook’s Next Big Privacy Change | Social Media Today.

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