Privacy Is About Control, Not Anonymity

Privacy Is About Control, Not Anonymity

Seth Godin says you don’t really care about privacy: “If you cared about privacy you wouldn’t have a credit card,...

Four Lessons From PleaseRobMe.com

Four Lessons From PleaseRobMe.com

The social media scene has been buzzing this week with stories about PleaseRobMe.com, a new site which aggregates publicly shared...

Where’s The Line With Location-Based Apps and Privacy?

Where’s The Line With Location-Based Apps and Privacy?

Loic Le Meur wrote yesterday about My Tracks – an application for Android phones which uses your phone’s GPS chip...

Is There Still A Personal/Professional Line?

Is There Still A Personal/Professional Line?

“I feel a client should respect the fact that a personal Twitter or Facebook account is different from when your...

Be Careful What You Save

Be Careful What You Save

Be careful what you save in Delicious. To be a little more specific – be careful how you save things...

A Quick Thought On Online Privacy

A Quick Thought On Online Privacy

By posting information online, we're making a choice to make it available to other people. We take that for granted. If someone doesn't realize they're making that choice - if they don't realize that's what's happening - is it still right to mine that information in the same way?

Spokeo – Cool or Creepy?

Spokeo – Cool or Creepy?

Spokeo (www.spokeo.com) is a very interesting new tool that allows you to track your contacts’ activities over 30-plus different social...