Do We Care About Our Online Privacy?

When you join social networks, add services and applications, use Google services, etc. you give certain personal information up. But do you know what that means or how it affects you? Do you care? The CEO of Facebook thinks you don’t!

Find out what was said specifically in my online show last Tuesday, including live questions, answers and opinions, as well as all kinds of info and tips about privacy, tools that use your personal data, and how to be in control of it all. And of course, stay tuned for more TONIGHT at 6:30 pm! See you then.

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Google’s Conscience

It’s not news that Google is a gigantic conglomerate, whose decisions are financial first and foremost. However, this week marks a big change and a decision which was based on what’s right for mankind, and not money.

This week Google decided they will no longer censor their searches in China.  This decision was made as a result of the extremely invasive hacks they were subjected to this past December. At first, they thought it was one of the more common and annoying hackers just causing trouble. But after thorough investigation it was found that the Chinese government themselves was the culprit. They were secretly and illegally reading gmails of human rights activists in China to get information.

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