Jul 14

Facebook is one of the most famous and widely used social media networking site that exist in the web world. But along with its popularity, confusions and doubts have also become an integrated part for the networking site. This is especially particular to the privacy matter of the site.

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Jul 13

The Electronic Frontier Foundation and MoveOn.org, two non-profitable groups released a series of splashy messages this Friday in order to protest against the new changes made by the famous networking site, Facebook. The Electronic Frontier Foundation has published a timeline of Facebook’s privacy laws over the last few years. Also, on the other hand the liberal activist group MoveOn.org launched their own series of campaigns against Facebook. Although the two groups have strategies that are a bit different, Facebook began as a result of users wanting to have a place to interact with other people. Regardless of whether it gets in the way or not, Facebook users should not be allowed to get away with altering of data components. Facebook did quickly become a different sort of platform where you now had no choice but to allow certain private information to be public.

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Jun 18

Face book has yet again updated the privacy settings for its clients but they have announced that they have not enough privacy setting for their users. This issue has became so critical for the future of Facebook because of the concerns of the users. Continue reading »

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Jun 16

With the new set of refurbished privacy settings on the roll, Facebook claims to be far safer than it was earlier. The news seems to have quelled the fears of most Facebook fans, hence giving them the much desired security satisfaction they have been looking forward to. However, it seems that a few questions regarding the use of these newly designed security settings still remain unanswered. Continue reading »

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Jun 01

For those who use Google as their main search engine, here is an update for you. For their customer to be on the race without revealing their computer’s information, Google just released a new beta version of add-on for Internet explorer, Firefox and Google chrome for privacy concern. This is to slab data captured for websites that use its own Analytics Service. Continue reading »

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