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Posts Tagged ‘Digital Privacy’

66% Concerned About Privacy on Facebook (23% Twitter, 35% Instagram) [STUDY]

66% Concerned About Privacy on Facebook (23% Twitter, 35% Instagram) [STUDY]

When you’re using platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, do you ever think about your privacy?

If so, you’re far from alone, as a new study has revealed that a large number of U.S. internet users are concerned about their privacy when using social networks, with Facebook topping the poll.

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Easy New Year’s Resolution: Clean Up Your App Permissions With One Handy App

The New Year is a great time to take stock of your Twitter account, making sure your bio is optimized, your avatar is a good reflection of you and the list of who you follow is honed.

One easy first Twitter New Year’s Resolution is to clean up your Twitter permissions – in fact, all your social media permissions – with an all-in-one app called MyPermissions.

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TweetDeck Bug Reminds Us That “Online Privacy” Is An Oxymoron

Did you hear about the TweetDeck bug that allowed users to login and tweet from other accounts that didn’t belong to them? Well, it got us thinking about applications that we allow to access our data and the reality that “online privacy” really is an oxymoron.
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Digital Privacy Advocates Send Out Petition to #ThankTwitter

It might not be your typical petition, but digital privacy advocates are trying to get Twitter to acknowledge its inspired act to protect the privacy of its users during the US government-WikiLeaks clash on its network. They’re sending around a petition asking people to #ThankTwitter, so the company knows just how powerful their move to protect its users’ privacy was.
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