Facebook, the web's second most popular social networking site with over 9 million users, added a "news feed" feature that automatically alerted users when their friends made changes to their online profiles. But many users called the new feature an invasion of privacy, saying it promoted stalking.

And this, kids, is how changes happen little by little and in the end we don't even realize we have no privacy, no security, and the government and huge corporations are watching and tracking our every move.

For another "How Time's Have Changed" article, check out 2007 - Kids, the Internet, and the End of Privacy: The Greatest Generation Gap Since Rock and Roll


kleinbl00:

2 months later?

Beacon.

I didn't join Facebook until 2008. I regretted it at the time, and still sort of do.


posted by insomniasexx: 1718 days ago