Thursday, 14 October 2010

We Know Who You Are

We're sharing so much of our life on-line nowadays that organisations know a lot about us - with or without our knowledge or permission. Discover what they know about you, how they are using it, and what you can do to protect yourself from harm.

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1 comment:

Chris Pudney said...

The WSJ reports on another mechanism by which Internet tracking is implemented: Facebook apps that collect information about users (and their friends) and forward it to third parties. Although this violates Facebook's policies for application developers, it appears to be widespread. Facebook aren't happy, not least of all, because they don't want competition in the market for their users' personal information.