Over the past few weeks Internet privacy has made its way into the news on quite a few occasions. Smartphone owners were outraged to learn that their iPhone and Android devices were keeping logs of where they went and when, Twitter changed the way it lets third-party applications access your account and what they can see, and Facebook hired a PR firm to expose what it felt were security concerns with Google’s Social Circle. Our own Noah Kravitz actually talked about Google’s Social Circle on CNBC (before Facebook was outed for the smear campaign) … and then there was that whole PlayStation thing.
Over the next week we’re going to take a look at a lot of privacy and security issues on the web, and offer a bunch of How-to’s on how to control what you share online and who you share it with.
You can find all our articles on the topic as their published throughout the week by clicking on the fancy Privacy banner below (that will be on all our privacy-related posts), or by bookmarking our Internet Privacy page.
What privacy concerns do you have? Is there a particular issue or concern you’d like to see us talk about?