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Links 1 through 10 of 22 by Kate Trgovac tagged privacy

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This piece from Mashable has a great overview of the implications for endusers of the new Facebook Open Graph API. But to me, the big truth in this article is in the next to the last section, "Privacy Will Become the User’s Responsibility". We must all take more responsibility for and more control of our online privacy. Nice piece.

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More on the Facebook changes. Good piece with diagrams and stuff! Take the time (even you non-geeks) to read it and own your own data.

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I feel like a new era in protecting personal privacy has arrived. There have been some really excellent articles in the last 48 hours on the personal privacy implications of the changes that Facebook has made and how you can take control of your own privacy. Now is the time. Set aside a few minutes and go into your Facebook profile and update your privacy settings.

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Google Inc. has released a map highlighting requests by government agencies around the world for user data information or the removal of material from its site and its partners, including YouTube and Blogger. The Google Map highlights thousands of requests by 43 countries between July 1 and Dec. 31, 2009.

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"CMP.ly provides bloggers and advertisers with a simple disclosure solution. We have created a set of easily identifiable disclosures and codes that can be used to identify any material connections in your blog posts, tweets or other communications. Our disclosures give you flexible options and provide you with both short codes and full text disclosures that can be included in your posts." Still needs a bit of refinement, I think - but a great start. To me, the distinctions between review and sample are very few - while there are LOTS of distinctions between everything lumped into the "Relationship" category. Via @trishussey & @miss604

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