Posts Tagged ‘security’
Okay, I don’t mean that. What I really mean is, fix your privacy settings, think about what you are posting if you have anything like a job or a future at stake, and get on with your life. Go here for a two-minute crash course in fixing your Facebook privacy settings and go here to find out how to check your current privacy settings on Facebook (you will still have work to do if you don’t like what you see).
The uproar (if you want to call it that since it only seems to be happening among a relatively small cadre of people and organizations, NOT among the vast, vast majority of the 400+ million Facebook users) over privacy changes is dumb. The changes themselves are entirely Facebook self-centered and entirely beneficial only to Facebook, but let’s not forget: Facebook members do not own Facebook, Zuckerberg et al. do.
- A rough week for Facebook (and the privacy of facebook users)
- Security, security, security…
- The dangers of GeoTweeting: PleaseRobMe.com
- How much cybersecurity is needed to prevent a cyber Katrina?
- Skynet (aka Conficker) – the long view
- Skynet lives…in Eastern Europe?
- Twitter as the basis of an open login scheme
- Security is for the birds
- How digital-physical convergence has deprecated the key