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Aug
12

Privacy and Social Networks

What does a friend of a friend of a friend know about you? Video generated by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, Jennifer Stoddart. For more information, please contact Daphne Guerrero, Outreach Manager, at daphne(dot)guerrero(at)priv(dot)gc(dot)ca

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  1. jamestargetedindiv says:

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  2. NMWMN says:

    … I felt as though the narrator had me on a couch and was undressing me with his voice… is that in breach of privacy?

  3. gariouscom says:

    “Privacy is dead, and social media hold the smoking gun.” – Pete Cashmore

  4. privachi says:

    Privachi, a privacy-ce­ntric social network, is an attempt at giving users a choice to protect and own their social data. On Privachi, updates that users post are “locked” in such a way that even Privachi can’t unlock it; only the user’s friends can. The goal is to prevent any one service from knowing everything about the user. Hope this helps users protect themselves from social profiling.

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  6. deaconous1 says:

    there’s also geotags, name tags, dates and other stuff that gets automatically stored in photos when they are taken. Even Facebook recommends that you remove it in their privacy policy (sec 2, last sentance). I use a free app for my iPhone called Pixelgarde Photo Privacy Editor, which works for me. I like that it’s free. They have other applications for PC and Android too.

  7. gariouscom says:

    I think everyone should be careful in sharing their personal informations in setting up their profiles in any Social Networking sites. This is one of the disadvantages we may get in social media, anyone can use your identity by simply creating fake accounts to use it in whatever reason.There are as many gains that come with social media and it is undeniable. But what many forget is the negative side, the disadvantages. PROTECT YOUR PRIVACY. 🙂

  8. PeachHipGirl13 says:

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    Anything you share online can potentially be used against you.

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  10. FandangleProductions says:

    Something we should all consider about social networking websites. How private is our information? What information is gathered in social networking websites about us? How can information about us be used for or against us in the future?

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  12. HiImRussell says:

    this voice is unusually relaxing…

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  16. grpattendotcom says:

    is crispin glover doing the voiceover for this video? … lol

  17. kendigjl says:

    It’s all over. Google has developed cars that drive themselves by measuring everything around the car within 230 feet down to 1 centimeter. For now the information is used to help the car navigate. It’s takes only a small leap of imagination to see that in 20 years every car will measure everything down to an atomic level governments will be recording all of it. Don’t believe me?

    Google:

    “Guided by Computers and Sensors, a Smooth Ride at 60 Miles Per Hour”

  18. MrDoublehappy says:

    The 19-year-old Zuckerberg said, “Yeah so if you ever need info about anyone at Harvard just ask. I have over 4,000 e-mails, pictures, addresses, SNS.” The unknown friend asked, “What? How’d you manage that?” Zuckerberg responded, “People just submitted it. I don’t know why. They “trust me.” Dumb f**cks.”

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  19. IBMeddling says:

    @Raffaello9, Does it really matter what your name is if they know everything else about you?

  20. IBMeddling says:

    @aj19bcx, Does it really matter what your name is if they know everything else about you?

  21. MrPRODIGY27 says:

    MHS FTW….This guys voice FTL…..

  22. MarketingReject says:

    Cool video but I keep getting rejected, help me 🙁

  23. aj19bcx says:

    just don’t use your real name it’s not rocket science

  24. Raffaello9 says:

    @mkljun what to do then? how about finding another source of fun together?

  25. Raffaello9 says:

    @MarCx009 use fake names then

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