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Facebook’s Facial Recognition Service Causes Privacy Issues

by Barbara J. Feldman June 14, 2011

Facebook finds itself in the middle of yet another privacy maelstrom, when they opted all their users into their new facial recognition photo-tagging service. For an analysis of why some think this is “super creepy” and big-brother-ish, read this article from PC World by Sarah Jacobsson Purewal.

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More About Facebook Privacy

by Barbara J. Feldman March 17, 2011

Facebook has been taking strides to try and protect the privacy of its customers but it has a hard with so many people joining the social media site all the time. There are 500 million registered users and this number continues to grow, making it very difficult for facebook to do all that they can […]

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The Privacy Issues of Facebook

by Barbara J. Feldman March 15, 2011

There are over 500 million people that have a Facebook account and over half of them will sign into their accounts each day. With so many people on facebook, it is common to see problems with identity theft and other concerns. Facebook has also become an avenue for a lot of spam and problems with […]

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Incognito Browsing with Google Chrome

by Barbara J. Feldman January 5, 2011

Users of Google’s Chrome browser have one-click access to private browsing through use of the “incognito mode.” When operating incognito, Chrome will not save cookies, browsing history, passwords, form data, or download history. To switch to incognito mode, click the tools wench (in the upper right-hand corner) and select “New Incognito Window.” To learn more, […]

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Reduce Your Risk on Facebook

by Barbara J. Feldman November 17, 2010

Microsoft researcher Danah Boyd explores some unusual ways to reduce risk on Facebook at her blog Apophenia. For example, some Facebook users deactivate their account whenever they log out. This doesn’t delete any friends or settings, and when you login and reactive, everything is just as you left it. But it does eliminate “pesky” wall […]

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Invasion of Privacy

by Barbara J. Feldman November 10, 2010

Internet privacy is a hot topic, but do you know exactly how much detail about your life is available online? At this site Attack Vector IT specialist Matt takes us step-by-step into gathering private data about a person, starting with just an email address and an IP address (both of which can be found on […]

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