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- KurzbeschreibungSince its launch in February 2004, Facebook has grown <br>from a communication portal for Harvard students to <br>one of the most trafficked sites on the internet with <br>many millions of users worldwide. During its short <br>lifespan, Facebook has attracted much criticism <br>focused mainly on the issue of privacy. With users <br>apparently posting data and photos with little <br>consideration of the potential privacy threats, the <br>matter of whether privacy is an issue on Facebook <br>needs addressing. In contrast, the issue to look at <br>is whether there is such a thing as 'privacy' on <br>Facebook or whether it has in fact adopted its own <br>privacy norms. Prior research has shown that <br>Facebook users are relatively oblivious to the fact <br>that Facebook poses risks to user privacy and safety. <br>Displaying large quantities of sensitive data to <br>millions of unknown users is one sign that a large <br>number of users are not fully aware of dangers <br>surrounding the Facebook platform. There are now <br>growing concerns as to whether the modern privacy <br>practices of many users are appropriate in a rapidly <br>changing networked society.
- AutorMatthew Myron
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- Gewicht147 g
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