Caused by a bug, for some time last night, Facebook revealed it’s users private email addresses to the world.
“People use the internet to search for information when they’re concerned about their sexuality, when they’re looking for information about diseases or when they’re thinking about politics – it’s vital that they are not being snooped on. – Tim Berners-Lee
our data and sometimes our personal information is constantly ON THE MOVE when we’re not watching…
According to this recent news item, woman who had her home burglarized recently blamed the robbery on a Facebook “friend” who saw her status update that she and her husband would be out that evening.
Before social networks, we were usually in control of exactly what personal information we shared with who. Can we keep this degree of control online?