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Social Networking and Privacy

Social Networking and Privacy

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    Social Networks is equivalent to 3rd largest nation.

    According to a survey by Netcraft, there are over 1.9 billion websites on the Internet. The first ever website was published on August 6, 1991 by Tim Berners-Lee. Google was launched in 1998. Facebook has 2.2 billion monthly active users. There are 3.5 billion daily searches on Google. Twitter has 100 million users. Social Networking is expected to grow as mobile device usage and mobile social networks increasingly gain traction.

    Social Networking and the Death of Privacy.

    Steve Glink appeared on WGN Radio 720 radio show on February 6th with Milt Rosenberg as part of a panel discussion on social networks and the death of privacy. The panel included Steve Glink, Lori Andrews and Chandler Givens. Together the panel explored what it would mean to develop a Constitution for social networks and what concepts like freedom of expression, right to privacy, due process and the right to a fair trial might mean in the social network context. The panel also discussed how virtually everything you post on a social network or other website is being digested, analyzed, and monetized and the impact on your privacy rights. For the audio of the discussion, visit WGN Radio 720 Social Networking and Privacy Radio show.

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