Threats

  • Whose Data Is It Anyway?

    … consumers aren’t complaining about it. In the case of GeoFeedia, consumers were complaining about an overarching “creep factor.” Consumers also got little out of the deal. If consumers had been able to bargain, things might have turned out differently. GeoFeedia’s use case was primarily centered on location. The ACLU is not arguing that you can’t…

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  • Harassment Continues on Social Networks (Infographic)

    … online by someone they knew. 63 percent of online harassment happens on Facebook. 47 percent of millennials have either personally experienced harassment or know someone who has—unchanged since 2014. 62 percent of daily Tinder users (three-quarters of whom are millennials) have been harassed online. 55 percent of adults who reported harassment…

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  • Candid Anonymous Messaging App Launches on Mobile

    …. Expressing my opinion, especially about controversial issues, inevitably upsets someone. I needed a place to express myself and engage in discussions where ideas can be debated on their own merits instead of being used to attack me as a person. Candid is available to download for free on the iTunes App Store and Google Play. …

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  • Is Social Media Safe for Women?

    … someone made unwanted sexual comments to them. 8 percent have received physical threats, such as, “You deserve to die.” 66 percent of women who have been bullied online said the attacker was a stranger. 52 percent said they were trolled by someone they knew. 49 percent were bullied by other women. 10 percent admitted to criticizing friends online. 19…

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