Thursday, June 02, 2011
Regulation of Social Networks: Unfortunately Unnecessary
Photo courtesy of Dave Makes, on Flickr
The advent of social networking has drastically changed the way people interact on a global level. Corresponding with this change is the use of personal information for the commercial gain of the very websites used for these personal connections. In “Regulation of Social Networks: Unfortunately Unnecessary”, author Jan Blackburn explores the legal issues and potential solutions surrounding the covert practices of Facebook. In a thought-provoking prose, Mr. Blackburn is bound to conjure up feelings of outrage from those readers who used Facebook.
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