Internet Privacy Misunderstandings, Part 3

Friday, November 30, 2012

This is the third in a series of blog posts debunking some common misunderstandings about online privacy. The images used in these posts have been adapted from a tutorial given by Gerald Friedland at ACM Multimedia in Nara, Japan in October.

internet privacy misunderstanding 3

Most sites are viewable by the public, not just the people you are intending to communicate with. Even non-public sites may be sharing some information with, for example, their advertisers. Never assume that information you provide on a Web page is private.

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