Have you ever posted something that came back to bite you, like extreme political views, racy pictures, or complaints about your boss? If you did, you're not alone, and until now, foolish posts were all your own and only viewed by friends in your social media network and maybe the random high school classmate you decided to friend , the one you barely remember.
But what if everyone could see these blunders and more? What if your profile and interests were broadcast to a wider audience.
As you know, recent changes to Facebook's default privacy settings are slipping user's profile info to search engines, and newly proposed features are stirring up controversy in Congress as well as creating privacy concerns amongst users. Research by Retrevo (http://www.retrevo.com) earlier this year suggests that people were already getting themselves into trouble by hastily posting content that they find themselves...| Read more »