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Links 1 through 10 of 10 by Vance Stevens tagged security

Smokescreen is a cutting-edge game about life online, on a new social network called White Smoke.

Explore websites, search for clues, receive phone calls, chat on IM, and tackle puzzles and minigames. On Smokescreen, who can you trust?

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another facebook expose site where you can search on strings and it pops up people's status updates

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An updated guide to Facebook privacy: December 2009 edition

Facebook has updated its privacy offerings and things are ever-so-slightly different. We thought we would give a rundown of the major changes as well as what's no longer there so you don't find yourself sharing party photos with your mom.

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Facebook privacy: a guide

Facebook has decent privacy controls, but most users don't realize how to take full advantage of them. Ars guides you through Facebook's privacy settings so that you can be both social and respectable at the same time.
By Jacqui Cheng | Last updated August 14, 2009 6:30 AM CT

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10 Privacy Settings Every Facebook User Should Know
Posted by Nick O'Neill on February 2nd, 2009 11:00 AM

-Security Camera Image-Everyday I receive an email from somebody about how their account was hacked, how a friend tagged them in the photo and they want a way to avoid it, as well as a number of other complications related to their privacy on Facebook. Over the weekend one individual contacted me to let me know that he would be removing me as a friend from Facebook because he was “going to make a shift with my Facebook use - going to just mostly family stuff.”

Perhaps he was tired of receiving my status updates or perhaps he didn’t want me to view photos from his personal life. Whatever the reason for ending our Facebook friendship, I figured that many people would benefit from a thorough overview on how to protect your privacy on Facebook. Below is a step by step process for protecting your privacy.

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How Your Creepy Ex-Co-Workers Will Kill Facebook

Columnist Cory Doctorow describes how Facebook and other social networks have built-in self-destructs: They make it easy for you to be found by the people you're looking to avoid.

By Cory Doctorow
November 26, 2007 06:00 PM

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Ever tried to leave Facebook and found out they only allow you to "deactivate" your account? All your personal data, including photos, interests, friends etc will still be saved indefinitely! You don’t have to be a conspiracist to find this quite fishy (or simply annoying)!

Look further down for instructions on how to get your account permanently deleted.

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Jolyon Jenkins investigates whether we have lost the war on cybercrime and looks at a new criminal economy which has grown to feed the demand for our most private details. Jolyon finds that the security details of ordinary members of the public - their bank details, passwords, and secret security questions are being openly traded in cybercrime forums. He finds that we are all vulnerable to criminals who trade on our human weaknesses: our magpie-like obsession with gaudiness and trivia, and our willingness to click the OK button without thinking through the consequences.

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