Tag: privacy

Accountability Should be Social Media’s next big Innovation

The benefits of services like Facebook and Twitter are undeniable. They connect billions of people, enable communication at the speed of thought, and they have also, for better or worse, made it possible for anyone to voice out their opinions and beliefs. But what happens when these services are abused?

Facebook’s ‘privacy’ pivot reveals smoke and mirrors

By Ted Kritsonis

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote a long blog post exclaiming the social network’s new vigour towards building a “privacy-focused communications platform,” but it’s what he hasn’t said that speaks louder.