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May 18, 2022


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Greetings from rural Australia. With all the hype about privacy, I did a Google search yesterday for myself, Carol Jones, on the Australian web. And to my dismay, discovered all my tweets posted on the Ilford NSW 2850 website. I live and work from my remote property in a small rural village and perhaps may not have wanted the villagers to share in my tweets. I don't remember ever giving my location to Twitter. But there they are. Which confirms what we are being told over and over again. That there's no privacy. Anywhere on the web. All the best, Carol

1st class post Chris,thank you.
I love everything that's happening with Facebook and the Open Graph Protocol. I was glued to the F8 conference and love the Social Plugins. I figure any privacy is an individual's responsibility. Better not to post any information or content anywhere on the internet unless you're happy that the world may get to see it... It's a nice easy rule of thumb which works for me :o)

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yes, I agree.. You shouldn't post anything on facebook or any other social networking site that you don't want the world to see.

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