Trusting Google and Facebook with Privacy

While in Australia last week, I spoke with Phil Dobbie from the Twisted Wire blog on ZDNet.com.au about privacy in the era of Google and Facebook. Here’s is the podcast Phil produced from our discussion.

Those quoted in the podcase include:
Stilgherrian, a ZDNet Australia blogger who quit Facebook last week
Thomas Crampton, Asia-Pac director of 360 Digital Influence, the social media arm of Ogilvy
Alistair MacGibbon, former director of the Australian High Tech Crime Centre, these days running the Surete Group.

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4 comments

  1. Hi, man:

    We chinese have an old saying: You should not do it if you dont want others know.

    By the way, I am looking for Presidents to learn Historical Records from me. let know if you or your friends have this interests or not.

    I am also looking for private investors to invest me to survive and grow…until I sell my stories a good price. guys, you have to know, according to a news in xin hua web, China Gov pays 200 China Gov hired authors 0.7 Billion Yuan per year. In fact, these 200 authors get much more as there are a lot of fund coming to them. also America Gov and many others Gov somehow join China Gov to pay more to these 200 authors.
    But guys, you know, human being need Art of War, Historical Records…Tang Poem…ZhuangZi…Memoir of a stone…memoir of a Chinese migrant worker…

    you guys give money to fund stupidly, as normally this money comes to authrities…and no one will thank you from the heart..of course, you guys get reputations…if you donate to Charity…
    but guys, Buddist will not give an applause to you as you are not here to help people who need ,but to get reputation…

    you guys need help me out from the darkness. I am not goint go be one of the 12 death or more in Foxxconn, I need rush to Vanity Fair to be Ms. Big.

  2. I listened through the whole thing. Very interesting.

    We currently have a more general management research project which looks into social media and privacy tensions to understand more generally how companies deal with such conflicting pressures from differing stakeholders.

    Would be happy to hear and learn more on the topic, if you have more to share. Keep'em coming.

  3. I listened through the whole thing. Very interesting.

    We currently have a more general management research project which looks into social media and privacy tensions to understand more generally how companies deal with such conflicting pressures from differing stakeholders.

    Would be happy to hear and learn more on the topic, if you have more to share. Keep'em coming.

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