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Survey Finds Teens Know And Care About Online Privacy

Contrary to popular mythology, a survey from the Pew Research Center and Harvard’s Berkman Center found that “American teenagers ages 12 to 17 care about their privacy.” The study, Where Teens Seek Online Privacy Advice, involved a representative sample of 802 … Continue reading

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How to hide your Facebook friends list

by Larry Magid Facebook last Wednesday announced new privacy settings that give users some additional control over what information they share, while taking away the ability to hide a few pieces of information from the general public. One particular piece … Continue reading

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At least Facebook’s new privacy settings make you think

Facebook last week launched some privacy settings that give users the option of targeting individual posts to specific people or groups of people. But most significant about the new settings, I think, is that they require every one of Facebook’s … Continue reading

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Facebook details new privacy settings

Facebook users are about to see an unfamiliar screen when they sign on to the service–a request to configure their privacy preferences. But it’s not really a request. It’s a requirement. “As far as we know, it’s the first time … Continue reading

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