An article in the Boston Globe yesterday demonstrated how social networks like Facebook can “leak” privacy.

Devising a simple algorithm, two MIT students came up with a method for analyzing a person’s network on the social networking website Facebook. They discovered that they could fairly reliably …

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How Facebook, Social Networks Leak Your Privacy

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  1. I love using social networking apps, but my one fear is the lack of privacy. I know there are privacy settings, but sometimes I see that I can be publicly searchable through my network.

    There’s a new private application that launched at DEMO today called WhoDoYouKnowAt.com which allows you to remain completely private except within your circle. And there is no public URL.

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