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Julia Yellow Consider this scene in The Circle , Dave Eggers's new novel that imagines a dystopian future dominated by an omnipotent social networking company: Mae, the young protagonist, tries to unplug from her hypernetworked life to go on a covert,
Beneath national interests and petty changes of settings, the fight for privacy protections must include a return to sovereign computing There is much to learn from the journey and the choices a climber makes as he seeks to scale a treacherous peak.
Social media has made the world a smaller place by connecting people and, in theory, making friends is easier now more than ever. It is on this note that Paktor, the newest name in social networking, was developed. Launched in mid-June of 2013,
Facebook changes privacy settings for minors, parents and schools worried Saturday, October 19, 2013 Facebook made news again this week with a change to its privacy settings for minors, but some experts say it probably doesn't matter. "In my mind, it'
The cameras were discovered in 2007 in both the ladies' and men's rooms at a commercial building on Route 208 owned by The Kushner Companies, whose principal is real estate investor Charles Kushner. The cameras were installed to deter vandalism, but
Not of the workplace, but of newsletters I haven't signed up for, business tips I never asked for, blog posts I won't read, events I can't attend, pet updates, recipes for organic vegan chocolate mousse that I will never make, and jokes that have
Facebook's new teen policy criticized Privacy advocates have raised concerns over Facebook's allowing teens to make their posts on the site public. FB) new policies, announced this week, allow users between 13 and 17 to share posts publicly, as they
Uncertainty Reduction and Surveillance (study) http://buff.ly/16jzB3M Facebook groups related to preterm birth have become a popular tool for fundraising and awareness-raising http://buff.ly/13mUF91 "I have the right to a private life": Medical
We can think of some uses for individuals, but the majority of scenarios would be in the device identification and tracking category," it quoted one of the Stanford researchers, Hristo Bojinov, as saying. Mashable said Bojinov and colleagues have
The move was aimed at demystifying an industry that knows much about us while we, in turn, know little about it. Most consumers do not even recognize the names of leading companies that collect our addresses, emails, phone numbers, commercial likes