Why Privacy Concerns Are Ruining Facebook

Facebook was built as a powerful social connector, allowing users to befriend others with similar interests, locations, schools, and more. But as privacy concerns mount and users demand more protection, the social networking site’s philosophy has started to go down the toilet. Now that Facebook is eliminating regional networks — or groupings of people based on where they live — it’s becoming apparent that proclivities lean towards building fences rather than crossing them. Read the full story [PCWorld].  Also see: How to protect your privacy on Facebook and Twitter.

Facebook was built as a powerful social connector, allowing users to befriend others with similar interests, locations, schools, and more. But as privacy concerns mount and users demand more protection, the social networking site’s philosophy has started to go down the toilet. Now that Facebook is eliminating regional networks — or groupings of people based on where they live — it’s becoming apparent that proclivities lean towards building fences rather than crossing them. Read the full story [PCWorld].  Also see: How to protect your privacy on Facebook and Twitter.

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