Redrawing the Route to Online Privacy http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/28/technology/internet/28unbox.html?ref=technology With there being such an easier access to the internet, and more creation of social networks such as facebook, twitter, and just social websites in general, it seems like privacy is being minimized. Facebook updated their privacy defaults to a lower point which means that they think it is good that you are offering more information to people that you may not know. Although you can change your privacy settings on facebook, some people may say that may not be enough anymore. This article says that the problem with privacy settings is that long term of contract that can definitely be up to ten pages that honestly no one feels like reading. I can definitely relate in that I never read that long contract and just want to move on with what I am signing up for. People therefore have a less meaningful choice about the online use of important information like birth dates, address, credit card numbers and other important information that
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