Posts tagged “social networks”
In honor of SXSW Interctive turning 20, I’m sharing some of my memories from the festival. This is the third.
Don’t Sell Out Your Users
Most sites have exhaustive Privacy Policies detailing what information they collect and what they may do with it, which is why I find it bizarre that many of these same sites have chosen to hand over their users’ browsing habits to third parties such as Twitter, Facebook, and Google without considering the implications.
Google’s over-engineering of the G+ button led us to drop support for G+ sharing when we re-launched the mobile-first version of this blog. We’ve anabled it now thanks to some help from the code spelunkers at TechLifeWeb.