Social Media privacy isn’t free. It is one of the most costly and expensive things we have ever had the opportunity to mindlessly give away.
As a social whole, we are ignorant of what social media is worth. The friendly buzz about people we know has obscured the fact that social media privacy protections for the general web audience has been lost in our daily chatter.
The problem is fundamental to the business model of online greed: social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter have forced themselves into a critical business requirement to monetize your data. This monetization occurs through the sale of advertising. These advertising budgets have historically been major financial forces and the effectiveness of data collection with social media has lined many business coffers. Read more