Posts Tagged ‘privacy’

As of late, Facebook has gained some notoriety over its privacy policies – particularly about how it has been allowing third-party applications to access the personal information of its users. ¬†However, we have to question whether our very use of Facebook negates our claims to want for privacy. Imagine, if you will, relationships as defined […]


Dear Diary

06Jul09

When did we start to trust the Internet? In a conversation with a fellow Politics student this evening, the topic of former blogs was brought up. ” If you were expecting a soul quenching diary of my romantic history, you’re in for quite a disappointment,” he said. ¬†Well, I was quick to mention that my […]