Facebook passed the 500 million visitor mark in the month of April, according to ComScore. ComScore’s site traffic measurements show Facebook in fourth place with 519 million visits in April. Google was in first place with 921 million users. Microsoft landed in second-place with 728 million and Yahoo came in fourth with 588 million. ComScore’s […]
The hysteria over the Spokeo people search engine has really reached a fevered pitch, with politicians, attorneys general and news media fanning the flames. I have done numerous people searches on the Spokeo site and, aside from some obvious accuracy issues in the data, I have found nothing that causes me privacy concerns. It is […]
With all of the recent controversy over Facebook privacy, we wanted to share this helpful video that shows you how to control your Facebook privacy settings.
Facebook staff and CEO Mark Zuckerberg will meet today to discuss the social network’s growing privacy problems. Criticism of Facebook’s privacy practices is reaching a fevered pitch about how the world’s largest social network uses and shares the personal information of its users. According to sources, no official privacy changes will be announced at the […]
Mining tweets on Twitter can be as reliable as conducting lengthy, labor-intensive public opinion polls. A recent study from Carnegie Mellon found that sampling and analyzing Twitter tweets for data is as good as conducting an opinion poll in some cases. According to the Twitter study, computer analysis of opinions expressed in a billion Twitter […]