Google will allow users to decide what happens to their data after they die or become inactive online, the first major company to deal with the sensitive issue.
Steven Levy describes Facebook’s newest product—Graph Search—as a feature that “promises to transform its user experience, threaten its competitors, and torment privacy activists.”
Facebook has accumulated an extraordinary amount of social data with its billion subscribers. Facebook’s new Graph Search is a tool for searching through that mountain of data.
Instagram, the Facebook-acquired photo-sharing service has been hit by a class action lawsuit stemming from a change in its Terms of Service agreement last week.
Do the usage rights to your files change what cloud storage services you use? Have you ever looked to see what kind of usage rights you are granting? What you grant Google Drive might surprise you.
With concerns about privacy and even ‘bad behavior’ by others, Facebook users have started to complain. Would these concerns be enough, though, to drive you to pull the plug altogether and delete your Facebook account?