Photos & Privacy
With the introduction of facial recognition software on Facebook (also available on Flickr, Picasa, other photo-sharing sites, and photo-alteration programs), more people are becoming concerned about photo privacy. Facebook has a false sense of privacy (that only people on Facebook who are your friends can see the pictures), but that’s assuming no one is sharing the public link to the...
Have you checked your broadcast settings?
I’ve become quite adept at blocking people who connect their Twitter feed to their LinkedIn feed and fail to realize one doesn’t necessarily play well with the other. (Your irrelevant, non-professional noise is drowning out important updates of my network.) Nevertheless, I was interested to see a rather careless update pop-up in my feed. Professional Contact A had favorited a video on...