To me, this doesn’t sound like a problem that needs solving. If Facebook users aren’t sharing stuff because they worry it will bore their friends, good! Thank you, people of Facebook, for your restraint in choosing not to bore me.
But Zuckerberg couldn’t let this undersharing stand.
Wired.com takes a peek at the new look/new features that will be rolled out across the network over the next day or so. If you can see the changes on your homepage already, what do you think?
This seems like a good general opportunity for readers to let other readers know that they tweet and where they can find each other. So drop a link to your tweetstream, or go forth and follow!
You will need to edit your personal Privacy Settings AND your approved Application Settings to ensure that your location information can’t be inadvertently shared with FB apps your friends are using.
I definitely approve of a high-profile case which should clarify the public understanding of the range of behaviours that qualify as stalking.
The media seem to be asking whether it’s “fair” that people’s behaviour online should be scrutinised by their employers. Why not, when customers/clients might find an employee’s comment through a search engine that could be a potential liability for the employer?
Fan pages with millions of fans have been locked and/or deleted, and perhaps yours could be next if your page is no longer in compliance with FB’s new terms and conditions.
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