Protecting privacy: What the Facebook/FTC settlement means for users

I’ve always found it kind of difficult to protect information on Facebook. Ideally, it wouldn’t be this hard. But with an endless assortment of ways to customize a profile, one can only hope your information reaches only your intended audience.  A recent settlement between Facebook and the Federal Trade Commission aims to change how user […]

User Privacy Policies in the News

In my last post I talked about the hot topic of who owns users’ geolocation data that apps collect.  This post I’m discussing what seems to be a perpetual hot topic: privacy.  The headlines over the last few weeks have shown to be particularly full of privacy headlines.  To start, the Federal Trade Commission announced […]