Where will this lead to? A new piece of tech has been approved for use in of Michigan – basically instead of a plastic number plate (or metal license plate abroad), it is replaced with a backlit HD display.
The Facebook changes announced today at F8
Facebook announce major changes at F8.
When Google launched Gmail, I received an invitation to a Beta account, early on. One thing that struck me was the inability to delete any emails that you received or sent. The full #typed note is here . . .
The file-sharing debate – Copyright, Privacy and Proof
The hacking of the emails and leaking onto file-sharing sites of ACS Law has raised many issues relating to copyright, privacy and proof.
Protecting your future, online
Much as been written about protecting yourself online. Another aspect is reputation management and control. Aren Grimshaw of Tonick Media [Link Expired] has put together a paper as a reminder of the dangers of posting personal information online.
#privacy ~ Harvard Business Review – The Facebook Story Is About Agility, Not Privacy
David Armano has written a piece on Facebook privacy which I’m quoting here at length because I think it highlights issues users are facing – somewhat unbeknownst to them.
A look at where Google maybe/is heading …
This is from 2010, interesting what we were then thinking.
As Facebook institutes new terms & conditions, privacy of UGC is now becoming an issue.
The Valleywag Guide is an excellent explanation of which radio buttons need to be unticked.
Update: 19.12.09 09:00
Consumer advocates have asked the Federal Trade Commission to order Facebook to bring back its former privacy settings.
Wired have written about further privacy issues on Facebook.
Updated :: 14.01.10
An employee of Facebook is interviewed by friend off camera on the issues surrounding privacy within the new Facebook campus.
Google now monitoring elections
Google have entered the elections fray (The Daily telegraph 15.09.97). They have unveiled technology, in Australia, that monitors the speeches election and government candidates make – for inaccuracies / contradictions.
Where will this go then?
Privacy and Facebook
I’m asked continually (well, occasionally) why I don’t use my Facebook page.
I have three reasons:
The full #typed note is here . . .