People don’t want the government spying on them but at the same time tell the world everything about themselves.
The Silicon Valley elite call for greater transparency, claiming it will free us from governments and enable innovation. But is that actually the case?
With the latest revelations around PRISM it is interesting to listen to a talk Andrew Keen did a few years ago. He has been criticising the web and especially privacy on the web for quite some time now.
Do you know what all the Facebook Apps you use take away from you when it comes to information? Think about that next time you play “Candy Crush Saga”.
Why should we care about how kids receive information these days? Because it affects everything, their future and ours.
Jeff Jarvis delivers a keynote address at Big Tent – DatenDialog on the changing role of privacy in society and the value of publicness.
If you are young and you want to make sure that in the future you will get the job(s) you want you better make sure you know what you are doing on Social Media.
Facebook runs into three issues which could make users turn their backs on them, Facebook offers are too much in your face and privacy issues raise concerns
Do you think about what you are putting on social networks? Maybe you should, take a look at this infographic and understand why.
Google seems to have removed the social graph data which you could see about your social network without telling anyone.