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This Message will Self-Destruct: New Tool Makes Online Postings This Message will Self-Destruct: New Tool Makes Online Postings On the internet, data lives forever. Once you post something to the web, you see, you simply can't take it back. Many people have had to learn this lesson the hard way, unfortunately, after discovering that the "delete" button doesn't really work to delete something from the internet as a whole. The embarrassing missive lives on and on, in the web service's archives, in Google's cache, and eventually in the Internet Archive itself.
On December 9, AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, Linkedin, Microsoft, Twitter, and Yahoo! issued a call for governments around the world to reform their surveillance laws, and released a set of principles to guide such reform. These principles align well in many ways with principles that civil society groups released in July 2013 applying human rights concepts to communications surveillance. The International Principles on the Application of Rights to Communications Surveillance, known as the “...Continued » CDT | Center for Democracy & Technology CDT | Center for Democracy & Technology
Facebook’s New Privacy Settings: Here’s What Changed Facebook today announced a revamp of its user privacy controls, responding to widespread public criticism following its f8 conference product launches with systematic changes that it said came out of weeks of nights-and-weekend work by its top engineers and designers. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg called the release a “modern privacy system” that reflects what the site has become and incorporates feedback from users. “We made a lot of changes at the same time, and a lot of what we were trying to do we didn’t communicate that well,” said Zuckerberg. He acknowledged users felt there were so many controls that they were overwhelmed and didn’t feel comfortable sharing. Facebook’s New Privacy Settings: Here’s What Changed
4 tools to help reclaim Facebook privacy – SciTechBlog - CNN.com To some users and tech writers, it appears Facebook won’t let anything stand in the way of its quest for World Wide Web domination. Maybe not even its users’ privacy. As most Facebook users already know, the social networking site has yet again updated its privacy settings. 4 tools to help reclaim Facebook privacy – SciTechBlog - CNN.com
5 Essential Facebook Privacy Tips 5 Essential Facebook Privacy Tips Adam Rosenberg is the Online Community Manager at Salsa Labs. Most recently, he was the New Media Manager at the Center for Democracy & Technology where his work focused on Internet privacy, data protection, cybersecurity and open government issues. The latest changes to Facebook have seen their fair share of criticism, with many users examining more closely the definition of “public vs. private.” Some users have been turned off enough by Facebook's envelope pushing when it comes to privacy to go so far as to contemplate a mass Facebook exodus.
We reported yesterday that Facebook is aiming to get people to be more public on the site and that anyone who hasn't changed their privacy settings will now see it "recommended" that their status updates, photos etc. be exposed to the whole web. I had a unique opportunity to speak to Barry Schnitt, Director of Corporate Communications and Public Policy at Facebook and quite a frank guy, at length this afternoon about Facebook's privacy policy changes. Schnitt said "your understanding is basically correct," but disagreed with the negative light I saw the change in. Why Facebook Changed Its Privacy Strategy Why Facebook Changed Its Privacy Strategy
The Day Facebook Changed Forever: Messages to Become Public By D The Day Facebook Changed Forever: Messages to Become Public By D One of the most anticipated days in the history of social networking site Facebook has finally come: the company announced today that it has begun making status messages, photos and videos visible to the public at large by default instead of being visible only to a user's approved friends. UPDATE: After we wrote this post, Facebook HQ emailed to tell us that the first wave of users who get this feature will have their messages made public by default because their profiles were already marked as public, but that when they open the feature up to subsequent users - those users will have default privacy settings that match their pre-existing profile privacy settings. Unfortunately, in our tests so far (see our screencast) - we haven't been able to successfully change our default message settings back to friends-only, it stays stuck on public.
Alison Driscoll is an interactive copywriter and social media consultant who specializes in . She authors a blog at alisondriscoll.com. provides users with the opportunity to share just about everything: photos, links, videos, virtual gifts and random musings in the form of status updates. Under the guise of “being social” and “maintaining transparency,” Facebook fiends post anything and everything about themselves on this now omnipresent social network. This begs the question, how much is too much? Younger generations have no problem sharing nearly every detail of their lives, but is publicly posting all this minutiae really such a good idea? FACEBOOK FAIL: How to Use Facebook Privacy Settings and Avoid Di FACEBOOK FAIL: How to Use Facebook Privacy Settings and Avoid Di
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Twitter Worm Could Take Over Your Computer (in Theory) - ReadWri Before everyone panics, let's get one thing clear: the new Twitter worm is only a proof-of-concept devised by computer security researchers at Secure Science - it is not out in the wild. That said, its very existence should raise some questions about the state of security at Twitter - something that's more important than ever given how rapidly the service is becoming mainstream. This latest security concern involves an attack, similar to the clickjacking incident from last month, that takes advantage of a web programming error on Twitter's support site. The result of the attack would force users to post unwanted messages to their Twitter stream. If those messages were combined with malicious code, "this could even be used to take control of a victim's computer," says Lance James, chief scientist of Secure Science. The Potential Threat Twitter Worm Could Take Over Your Computer (in Theory) - ReadWri
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By Edward C. Baig, USA TODAY So you've finally enlisted in Facebook. Only now you're wondering if you ought to just duck. How to make the most of social networking on Facebook - USATODAY How to make the most of social networking on Facebook - USATODAY
This article will take approx 2 minutes to read. A funny thing happened on the way to the forum. Or at least, a funny thing happened over the weekend with regards to Twitter, spam and phishing (from Chris Pirillo). I really had no plans to outline my thoughts on the scam, because it is already being covered ad nauseum. However, I feel like I have to anyway. Twitter Phishing: Protecting Yourself | Technosailor.com
Weak Password Brings 'Happiness' to Twitter Hacker | T An 18-year-old hacker with a history of celebrity pranks has admitted to Monday’s hijacking of multiple high-profile Twitter accounts, including President-Elect Barack Obama’s, and the official feed for Fox News. The hacker, who goes by the handle GMZ, told Threat Level on Tuesday he gained entry to Twitter’s administrative control panel by pointing an automated password-guesser at a popular user’s account. The user turned out to be a member of Twitter’s support staff, who’d chosen the weak password "happiness."
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