Time to revisit your facebook privacy settings again: Facebook has announced that developers of Facebook apps can now gather the personal contact information from their users. Read more…Rogue Facebook apps can now access your home address and mobile phone number | Naked
I used to be afraid of Google. Now, I’m more afraid of Facebook. The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is urging a federal judge to dismiss Facebook’s claims that criminal law is violated when its users opt for an add-on service that helps
Facebook is getting bigger and sharing more info. It’s time to revisit your privacy settings and make sure you’re not opting into anything automatically. First stop is “Instant Personalization“, which basically allows FB partner sites to gather your info. Opt out by
This is getting SCARY. So basically, unless you opt out, when you’re logged into FB, and visit a partner site (Currently Yelp, Docs.com, Pandora – but I’m sure the list will grow), the partner site will know you’re a FB user and
This could give Google Docs a run for their money. Microsoft and Facebook joing forced to do battle against Google. Neowin.net – Microsoft and Facebook announce Docs.com a “social” Office.
Facebook Christmas Worm Spreads Holiday Infection — InformationWeek. PandaLabs, the research arm of anti-malware company Panda Security, says that a variant of the Koobface worm, Koobface.GK, is being spread through the posting of malicious links of Facebook wall pages. Attempting to play
I’m still wary about social networking. I’m in LinkedIn for professional reasons, but haven’t gotten into the Facebook, MySpace, Twitter stuff. First of all, they pull crap like changing the Terms of Service without giving you a chance to opt out: The