By Jeff Bullas – http://bit.ly/AsKklN @jeffbullas
Privacy is something we all value, but some value it more than others. Social media has taken previously private conversations from offline to online.
Facebook and Twitter have lead this charge onto an open and social web that reveals everything for all to see.
The devices, technology and communication is changing rapidly but we as humans change slowly and adapting to this social network ecosystem is exposing our crawling adaptation to this new communication paradigm.
Trust, Control and Privacy on a Social Web
Research shows that nearly two thirds of us don’t trust online companies like Facebook.Facebook has constantly tweaked its complex security settings over the years and despite protests and public outcry it seems that the situation has not improved. Studies show that 68% of Facebook users do not understand the social network’s privacy settings.
According to a 2011 report by MSNBC and the Ponemon Institute internet users feel they have less control over their personal information today than they did 5 years ago.Download Infographic: http://bit.ly/z2y6Ea