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Facebook: Take My Money

Our data is worth a lot of money to giant companies like Facebook. What is it worth to us? As awareness of the value of our data grows, will the public pay to keep it safe and private?
This article at NYTimes.com asks whether paid social media could replace the ‘free’ model, much as Netflix and […]

By |June 9th, 2015|

Facebook encryption partially protects your data

Facebook has just announced that it would allow users to encrypt emails sent to them from Facebook using the strongest known encryption, OpenPGP. It seems like a good first step to us, but it is complicated to use and leaves Facebook some large loopholes that means it still does not protect your data well.

By |June 2nd, 2015|