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FACEBOOK sanctioned for several breaches of the French Data Protection Act | CNIL
Facebook tracks logged-out users who have not consented to tracking.
351  facebook  privacy 
may 2017 by dsalo
Take This Lollipop
Great class warmup exercise.
644  facebook  privacy  351 
october 2013 by dsalo
Obscurity: A Better Way to Think About Your Data Than 'Privacy' - Woodrow Hartzog and Evan Selinger - The Atlantic
Discusses privacy through the "obscurity" of records being difficult to find or laborious to obtain.
644  facebook  privacy  351 
january 2013 by dsalo
Three years later, deleting your photos on Facebook now actually works | Ars Technica
If there's anything I've learned from covering this issue for the last 3 years, it's that this—and other privacy-related issues on Facebook—are quite widespread. Users have an exceptionally hard time getting anyone at Facebook to listen to their complaints, too; I know this because they usually Google around, find my old coverage here at Ars, and start begging me for help in finding a real person to answer their inquiries. I have received almost unreal levels of e-mail on just Facebook-related privacy problems over the last 37 months.
644  facebook  privacy 
august 2012 by dsalo
Disruptions: Privacy Fades in Facebook Era - NYTimes.com
Shows just how easy reidentification is -- even for total amateurs.
644  facebook  privacy  reidentification 
december 2011 by dsalo
Facebook tracking is under scrutiny – USATODAY.com
Has very good "how Facebook tracks you" infographic.
644  facebook  privacy 
november 2011 by dsalo
Libraries: Be careful what your web sites “Like” « Everybody's Libraries
Adding FB "likes" to library catalogs is a privacy threat, even if patrons never click "like." FB "like" is a web bug.
644  facebook  privacy 
september 2011 by dsalo
New privacy concerns for Facebook over phone numbers, addresses
I'm really tired of adding links to "644 facebook privacy." But FB keeps screwing up!
644  facebook  privacy 
january 2011 by dsalo
Schneier on Security: Privacy Salience and Social Networking Sites
To ask class: What are the implications of this for library behaviors around patron-account privacy? 2.0-ish OPAC features?
644  privacy  facebook 
july 2009 by dsalo

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