In the midst of all the fun connecting with family and friends via apps, walls, and photo albums on Facebook, we sometimes forget that our privacy is vulnerable on the Net.
Every time we share info about ourselves across various networks, it is revealed to everyone even though it is meant only for a select few.
As a result, people or organizations outside our network could easily exploit such info about us even without us knowing.
Must users be willing to pit having a healthy online social presence against a firm hold of their privacy?
Via Nik Peachey, Professor Jill Jameson