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Links 1 through 10 of 24 by Simon Phipps tagged Facebook

Longer (and in my view substantially more complex and less readable) than the US Constitution, and changing so often I can't keep track of it. Do Facebook want to prevent us controlling our own privacy by making it too complex to manage?

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Whatever anyone says about G+, they have a long way to go before they sink to Facebook's level.

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Interesting discussion of the differences in the approaches Facebook and Google are taking to community self-management. Personally I find the Google approach much easier to explain to others already.

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Caterina (co-founder of Flickr) has an insightful take on the psychological game that social networking plays to get us addicted.

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The new "you've got no privacy, get over it" moves in. I wonder who will get my old offices?

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A look by danah boyd at "super-logoff" and "Facebook as inbox" strategies for managing reputation on Facebook by teens. Very interesting indeed.

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It appears that Apple are happy to play open but Facebook aren't quite so keen to join in. That's the dealwith "open" - it cuts both ways.

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Interesting article points out what I think is a global phenomenon, where the popular press treats web social media as a threat instead of as an opportunity. Just the same thing happened with blogging, where the popular anti-meme was "you'll lose your job if you blog".

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Just as in the early days of blogging people were keen to publicize examples of people "fired for blogging" when actually they were fired for something else but a blog was involved in learning about it, so we see stories that blame social media for things that are actually rooted in the world of atoms.

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"There are real privacy issues to be faced in the data collected by web companies. But they are part of a far bigger picture of how the world is changing. We need thoughtful understanding of what the real risks are, not finger pointing by the media (and even more frighteningly, by members of Congress) at companies that are easy targets because they make good political theater." -- Or as Scot NcNealy put it much more concisely, "You have no privacy - get over it."

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