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11. Internet Privacy and Social Media January 18, 2010

Posted by Lisa in All, Branding, Privacy, Social Networking.
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Facebook changed their privacy settings a few months ago, further restricting our ability to protect our personal information by 1) removing previous options to hide friends and pages, and 2) stashing previously accessible privacy options in non-logical places.

This has caused a backlash against Facebook, who attempts to justify the changes with inane arguments that mean nothing for privacy and everything to allow increased ad revenues, increased ability to mine for more email addresses, increased misunderstanding regarding default privacy settings, and the brand new feature that your information (profile, posts, etc.) can be searchable by search engines.

Wow.

And I’m sharing all this deep and meaningful stuff about my next move in life with 6.8 billion people?

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