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Facebook’s rise has been incredible, but it hasn’t exactly been smooth. It’s easy to forget that on its way to the top of the social networking world, it has faced a fair share of challenges. One of the biggest challenges: numerous privacy flubs. Flubs which in part inspired Diaspora, the high-profile open source project to...
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So email’s becoming obsolete, huh? Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg said as much last June. And of course, everyone knows younger users don’t even use email anymore. (Let’s just ignore the fact that you can’t open a Facebook account without an email address). Now, Facebook’s set to announce Project Titan on Monday, which is almost universally...
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The social graph is something that the digital world is struggling to understand right now. How important are the connections within your digital social circle? Who are the most important connectors in your graph? How far does influence travel online? Well, according to a study from Invoke Solutions, it’s still real world friends that hold...
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Facebook’s privacy woes continue. This week a man harvested and published the profile details of 100 million Facebook users. If that weren’t bad enough, he then made the file available for free download. You’d think that a lot of companies would be interested in acquiring such data. And you’d be right. But this is less...
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With all the negative attention that Facebook has received for its privacy approach recently, the media — and regulators — are especially sensitive about online privacy right now. But there’s another kind of site that is raising privacy flags. People search. These sites compile personal data without consumers’ knowledge. It’s just the kind of thing...
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