Reddit, one of the main leaders in the anti-SOPA blackout, has become the go-to place for one lawmaker. Representative Hank Johnson of Georgia has turned to the Reddit community for input on how to create mobile privacy legislation. He announced his AppRights.us initiative on Reddit yesterday, saying, “It’s an open, bottom-up approach to drafting legislation that will protect the privacy of mobile device users.” Hoping to engage the technology community after the SOPA/PIPA debacle, Johnson is inviting netizens to share their thoughts on the AppRights website and through discussion on Reddit. Read more
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The other day, I was wondering why the number of Facebook subscribers I had was not growing at all organically. After some sleuthing, and the help of a friend, I was able to change two privacy settings around. Since then, my Facebook subscribers have begun to grow organically (albeit slowly).
The first thing to do is, of course, enable subscribers. Facebook’s directions for doing that can be found here.