Posts Tagged “privacy”

Public ≠ Property of Facebook: Another round in the Facebook privacy rigmarole

By | March 30, 2010

Facebook has one again issued changes to their privacy policy that is pissing people off. At this point, I’ve pretty much come to accept that facebook has no respect for their users, or their valuable networks, data, and attention they provide. There are a whole series of proposed changes, which are outlined wonderfully by TechCrunch […]

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Weekly round-up [01/29/10]: Data Privacy!

By | January 29, 2010

So I’ve been a little lax on my “weekly” reading round-ups, but slowly trying to get back in the swing of balancing out intake to output. As many of you know, Thursday was Data Privacy Day. Google released a video and written listing of its privacy principles, explaining how it uses its user data. Speaking […]

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Tweeting Grief: the politics of public mourning

By | December 26, 2009

I recently stumbled across a post on tomatonation.com regarding the controversy surrounding prominent mommy-blogger Shellie Ross’ decision to tweet about her son drowning. I had heard vaguely about it previously and dismissed it with a long-suffering “oh lord, the internets” eyeroll, but the tomatonation piece make me think about it a little more closely. Putting […]

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