079 Social Media Serenity – Location Based Photo Sharing Concerns

by Cliff Ravenscraft on March 4, 2011

in Social Media Serenity

This week on Social Media Serenity many of the topics relate to Facebook. First Facebook announces in a January 14 blog post, that they will continue to share personal information such as cell phone numbers and addresses with third parties if their users (unwittingly) allow them to do so in their settings.
Link to this story: http://goo.gl/FnVlk .

A new agreement between Facebook and Examiner.com puts comments in Newsfeed and could potentially pull friends responding comments to be displayed on the site where you commented.
Link to the story: http://goo.gl/z5s6d

Cheryl C gives some great advise on how to comment on your page as yourself rather than as an admin or the brand itself.
Link to her step by step process: http://goo.gl/uNiXL

Google “pimps out” their profiles by cleaning up the layout of profiles and by supposedly making them easier to find in a google search.
Link to the story: http://goo.gl/zovty

The last topic of today’s show covers privacy issues with smart phones sharing locations of pictures online.
Link to the YouTube Video: http://goo.gl/FI5DV

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