Category Archives: Privacy

Social media equals the death of privacy? A book explores this hard-to-answer question

Lori Andrews, professor at Chicago-Kent College of Law and the director of the Institute for Science, Law and Technology, just released the book I Know Who You Are and I Saw What You Did: Social Networks and the Death of … Continue reading

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FBI goes social – and plans a social network spy app

This is no CSI, White Collar or Criminal Minds TV series: this is for real! The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is planning to develop an application that can track the public’s postings to Facebook, Twitter, and other social … Continue reading

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No photos on Facebook Timeline please: we’re British!

Obviously, I mean that social networks redefine the old No sex please, we’re British situation. The new Facebook Timeline is likely to break (heavily) into the life of many Britons, beginning the final deadline of December 22nd. A recent study … Continue reading

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