The Facebook privacy flap of the last week, shows that todayâ€™s social media user wants to be able to share and stay connected, but on their terms.
Weâ€™ve embraced social media platforms such as MySpace, Facebook and Twitter that were designed to help us share our thoughts, our lives and experiences.Â Weâ€™ve willingly handed out our personal information and content streamed our lives. But we want to own the personalities that weâ€™ve voluntarily shared in the digital realm.
Information posted on the social Web is meant to be shared, so perhaps Facebook believed that ownership was not a concern to its users. Well, they were very wrong!Â Continue reading “Can privacy exist in social media?”