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Re: [Social-discuss] Half of social network users state privacy is #1 co
Re: [Social-discuss] Half of social network users state privacy is #1 concern
Sat, 17 Jul 2010 01:50:17 +0200
Now what was the name of that site? pleaserobme.com?
Den 16 jul 2010 20.36, "Bob Mottram" <address@hidden> skrev:
On 16 July 2010 18:50, Melvin Carvalho <address@hidden> wrote:In my opinion geolocation is potentially quite dangerous if used in
> Two separate studies were...
public social networks. If you do a search for terms such as "going
out", "leaving the house" or "won't be back until" on Twitter and
these messages are also geolocated then that provides useful
information to criminals who might want to carry out robberies.
Organized crime gangs could easily data mine this on an industrial
scale, and use it to very efficiently target their operations.
In many cases people may be disclosing information about themselves
which to them seems harmless, but could easily be exploited by those
with malevolent intentions.