Privacy is dead

In Uncategorized on December 10, 2009 at 10:55 am

Google is now indexing in real time.

Tweets are always public.

Facebook is changing the default preferences to public. You have to modify preferences (which is something 80% of people do not do) to have privacy back.

So if you write something to someone publicly (by mistake) on Facebook it will immediately be Googled and even if you delete it afterwards it will still be accessible to Google search. EVEN IF DELETED.

In a statement, the Electronic Frontier Foundation said: “These new ‘privacy’ changes are clearly intended to push Facebook users to publicly share even more information than before. “”

Do you get it?

Facebook is more or less a mail system where everybody watch and nothing can be deleted.

Good luck.


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