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Today, Facebook tried to actually improve the situation for its users by making its privacy much clearer and four times smaller than before, and also by adding an interactive "Privacy Basics" guide that explains to users one information byte at a time what ...
Tom's Hardware · 11/13/2014
Facebook has more than a billion users who share photos, stream videos, and post status updates regarding their daily lives. Regardless of what you might think, however, that embarrassing St. Patrick’s Day photo of you in the green leprechaun hat may …
Digital Trends · 3/26/2014
If Facebook launches a social network for the workplace, CIOs will have to decide whether they can get past Facebook's history of privacy issues. "That is something that has to be addressed," said Angela Yochem, global CIO of Philadelphia-based BDP ...
Computer World · BySharon Gaudin · 11/20/2014
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A dustup over the republication of private Facebook status updates on Storify points to how privacy on the social network is relative and users must remain vigilant to avoid getting burned. The online controversy started Friday whenthe business news site ...
CSO · ByAntone Gonsalves · 1/22/2013
friend on Facebook shares a notice about the need to "copyright" their material on the popular social media network. By posting the supposed message, users are "protecting" their photos and posts from being used by Facebook or even accessed by hackers.
Al.com · 1/5/2015
Facebook users who want their photos and online information kept private might have had their privacy violated when the company made recent changes to its website, according to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). [READ: Facebook Investors Vent …
US News and World Report · 9/15/2013
I used to love Facebook. I was in law school at Wisconsin when it launched, and everyone I knew on the site was basically a peer -- people who I'd known well or at least met in person at some point. Then... I graduated. Suddenly having a Facebook account ...
Engadget · 7/13/2010
Online privacy, particularly on a social network ... all your posts and things you’re tagged in” to look at every piece of content to do with you on Facebook one post at a time. Since you already limited past posts and future posts, this may not ...
LAPTOP Magazine · 8/20/2013
WASHINGTON Even Mark Zuckerberg's family can get tripped up by Facebook's privacy settings. A picture that Zuckerberg's sister posted on her personal Facebook profile was seen by a marketing director, who then posted the picture to Twitter and her …
CBS News · 12/27/2012
Facebook updated its privacy policy last Friday, clarifying what it does with your data, while also blurring the limits of what it can do with your information. Commendably, it posted the entire document with tracked changes in red. It's a 14-page document ...
PC Magazine · BySara Yin · 5/14/2012