Monday, May 6, 2013

The sad state of Social Media privacy...

Web browsers consider limiting how much they track users

"It’s often hard to tell which is the Web’s priority: helping you learn about the world or helping the world — and especially advertisers — learn about you..."

1.  Read the article above about privacy and tracking.  

2.  Now read the following two articles below on Twitter and Facebook privacy settings: 

3.  Finally, examine this infographic: 

The Sad State of Social Media Privacy [infographic by MDG Advertising]
Infographic by MDG Advertising

4.  In a comment below, share your responses to these three questions:

  • Which one of these resources did you find the most informative, and why?
  • Why is privacy on the internet an issue that effects everyone?
  • What actions do you plan on taking to protect your privacy online in the future?