I’ve railed against Facebook’s privacy policies multiple. Sure. I’m old-fashion about my privacy.
Still, I marvel at FB’s audacity and for recognizing that its user base might be readily open to the possibility of changes in perception of privacy.
Ultimately, it comes down to personal responsibility. Bottom-line: don’t share information or things that will come back to haunt you. Use your brain.
That’s really the gist of it, don’t you think?
Also, there's heavy chatter about Facebook getting into geo-tagging a la Foursquare. Be warned, my fellow mobile warriors.
Note: When I learned about Facebook's new Open Graph, my initial reaction was "this is freakin' brilliant". After I've digested it, my second thought was "this isn't good..."
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