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Breakdown: How Facebook Can Use Your Information in Ads

Breakdown: How Facebook Can Use Your Information in Ads | Technology and Communication | Scoop.it
After Facebook announced that it wanted to change its "Statement of Rights and Responsibilities" and "Data Use Policy" regarding user data, many privacy advocates went into an uproar.

Via Bonnie Burns
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Almost everyone uses Facebook, so the amount of information that can be gathered from it is astounding.

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robyns tut's comment, September 16, 2013 4:17 PM
Facebook has many terms and conditions, I don't know if you have bothered looking at them, I know I haven't but they have a long list. It is amazing all the things Facebook has access to because we signed up because "everyone has it" so we also must have it. The amount of information, pictures and knowledge of people Facebook has is insane. It is actually scary to think about how much information is out there.
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Herhold: Information scarce in homicide on San Jose State campus - San Jose Mercury News

Herhold: Information scarce in homicide on San Jose State campus - San Jose Mercury News | Technology and Communication | Scoop.it
Herhold: Information scarce in homicide on San Jose State campus San Jose Mercury News Marcos Padilla, a trim 36-year-old with a mustache and tattooed forearms, lives across the street from San Jose State University's tennis courts on East Humboldt...
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This article shows the speed at which information can be delivered. It remains accurate and can be delivered to everyone. This is through Google news.

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Severe storm watch in effect

Severe storm watch in effect | Technology and Communication | Scoop.it
The storm is expected to develop around 2 p.m. in parts of southwestern Ontario before moving east over Toronto. (#HaltonHills Severe storm watch in effect - The storm is expected to develop around 2 p.m.
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Weather warnings can be shared with people all over the country for deadly storms, like tornado or hurricane warnings.
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Breakdown: How Facebook Can Use Your Information in Ads

Breakdown: How Facebook Can Use Your Information in Ads | Technology and Communication | Scoop.it
After Facebook announced that it wanted to change its "Statement of Rights and Responsibilities" and "Data Use Policy" regarding user data, many privacy advocates went into an uproar.

Via Bonnie Burns
Emily Nikolaisen's insight:

Almost everyone uses Facebook, so the amount of information that can be gathered from it is astounding.

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robyns tut's comment, September 16, 2013 4:17 PM
Facebook has many terms and conditions, I don't know if you have bothered looking at them, I know I haven't but they have a long list. It is amazing all the things Facebook has access to because we signed up because "everyone has it" so we also must have it. The amount of information, pictures and knowledge of people Facebook has is insane. It is actually scary to think about how much information is out there.
robyns tut's comment, September 16, 2013 4:18 PM
- sara steiniger
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A Tweeting Pope Raises Questions About Social Media's Effect on the Church - Daily Beast

A Tweeting Pope Raises Questions About Social Media's Effect on the Church - Daily Beast | Technology and Communication | Scoop.it
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A Tweeting Pope Raises Questions About Social Media's Effect on the Church
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I suppose it is not surprising the Creator of the Universe would eventually catch up with 21st-century technology.
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The Pope can now send his direct words to millions of people all over the world through Twitter. This is creating mixed feelings because some people support this and others think that the Pope should be above the trivial aspects of social media.

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