In 2012, Facebook will be making 45 privacy-related changes to comply with the recommendations of an audit by Ireland’s Office of the Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) released today. Below I’ve compiled a roadmap of all the changes Facebook will implement based on the the 149 pages of DPC recommendations and how the social network says it will address them. 45 Privacy Changes Facebook Will Make To Comply With Data Protection Law
Facebook has reached an agreement with the FTC to make all future changes to privacy settings opt-in, presumably including new features with their own privacy controls. The Wall Street Journal wrote that the social network was nearing a settlement on the issue and now its Marketplace editor Dennis K. Facebook Settles With FTC To Make New Privacy Changes Opt-In
Inside Facebook · Facebook Launches Trusted Friends and App Passwords Security Features to Reduce Lock Out As part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, Facebook has begun the rollout of two new security features to help users regain access to their accounts if they’re locked out and let them access third-party applications safely.
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Facebook’s business is built on trust, but that trust has been shaken over the past few weeks by criticism and speculation regarding how it uses browser cookies to get data about users. Facebook Struggles to Explain Its Web-Tracking Practices
As an adult, you have responsibilities — an income, maybe a mortgage, possibly children. That’s great! Congrats. Facebook Privacy: 3 Fights to Expect When You Get the New Timeline
Facebook took a huge step toward ubiquitous sharing with its new timeline and sharing features. And it rightfully creeps some people out. Not everybody wants to share their life story on their profile, see their friends' activities in real time or have their preferences in music, movies and reading shared as they're consuming media. The New Facebook: How to Take Control of Your Privacy
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8 Critical Ways To Protect Your Privacy On The New Facebook As some of you have already noticed, Facebook just rolled out a huge revamp of some of its core features like News Feed, while adding new features like Smart Lists and News Ticker. Business Insider put together a great list of privacy settings that you should pay attention to on these new features: Know that anything you post or comment on a friend’s wall is public.
According to an infographic shared on Search Engine Journal, over 2 million photos are posted to Facebook during any given 20 minute period, 7 billion pieces of content are shared weekly and 3,500 images are uploaded to Flickr every minute. With these stats helping to demonstrate that an immense amount of personal content is being shared online, you would think that people would be concerned about ensuring that information doesn’t fall into the wrong hands, or that it can’t be used or exploited for advertising purposes. Do we really care about our online privacy? - TNW Insider
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Facebook’s new privacy and sharing defenses (they are quite nice) Mark Zuckerberg is the smartest social thinker I’ve met on my journey through life. He’s frequently misunderstood because he’s, well, generally too far in front of us. I remember meeting Doug Engelbart, the guy who invented the mouse (and showed it to us back in 1967 — way before Apple shipped the first consumer machine in 1984 that used it).
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10 risky default settings in social media that you need to check - TNW Social Media Do you read every single “Terms of Service” you come across before clicking “I Agree” to? If you’re anything like me, the answer is no. In fact, I’ve agreed to hundreds since I first started using AOL 14 years ago, but I haven’t read one.
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