When late last year Facebook changed its Statement of Rights and Responsibilities and Data Use Policy, the social network's users lost their right to vote on future proposed changes, but retained that of commenting on them when they are made public and influencing their final form.
Last week I wrote about the most common Facebook scams, the reasons why they are perpetually so successful, and what the scammers who set them up are after.
Microsoft released new data reflecting consumers' perceptions about how their information is used online and a new series of short videos to help people better manage their online privacy.
Information security is a very competitive industry, and one of the very few that kept doing fine even during the recession.
While Facebook’s newly announced graph search capability is awesome for people who like social networking, it also provides criminals with another source of information about potential targets.
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