Posted by Hal
A Cambridge study concluded that “a dismal 7 of the 16 sites failed to revoke photos after 30 days”. In other words, when they uploaded and then deleted photos from various social networks, blog sites and photo sharing sites, they found that the photos remained in the system 30 days later 7 out of 16 times. Sites that continued to retain photos included Facebook, MySpace and LiveJournal.
It doesn’t take much of an imagination to think of all kinds of ways people might exploit the loophole of the lingering pics.
Hey, I’m Hal Niedzviecki. I’m a writer/thinker who lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada with my wife and daughter. Up till now I’ve always considered myself a private person. But at the same time I’m fascinated by people who effortlessly open themselves up to the whole world. So I’ve… more...
Ghostbuster zines from the Canzine Hollywood Piracy Zine Challenge are now online! http://t.co/RoAMEQTU
EXPOZINE 2011, Montreal’s 10th Annual Small Press, Comic and Zine Fair—http://t.co/3ISW3Ovx http://t.co/FlLfB6hk