Facebook is NOT, by it’s very nature and model, a private platform. That was never the idea behind it and if you really want to have a conversation that remains completely private you’re better off using the phone (cough, maybe not) or popping round for a coffee. Two sugars and milk? Biscuit? Rule number one [...]
Remember the days when it was just the occasional movie or a music CD or perhaps a videogame we had to worry about? It was easy back then to have some parental control over what our children were being exposed to.
Why a notepad full of your passwords under the mattress might be more secure than saving passwords in your browser.
I think Jeff Jarvis has written very well about an extremely hot topic – but with a bit of a twist. With so many people, myself included, recently talking at length about privacy – it is interesting to open up discussion about ‘being public’. While I appreciate and recommend a clear understanding of all privacy [...]
Can you believe it? All these (sorry to say it) ‘sad’ people who are taking Facebook to court for breaching some privacy rule or another. What’s the big deal? We are in control of our privacy settings and can change them whenever we like – in DETAIL for everything we do.