Don't believe everything you see online, especially not on social media, which in this case, means Facebook. This week's hoax revolves around a message you may have seen posted by a friend on their own wall.
A new wave of anxiety has swept the internet world, this time focused on smartphone pictures uploaded to the internet. A new study shows the ease of finding the location of the photo taken, which poses a potential threat to the privacy and safety of the smartphone user and the photo subject.
Privacy seems to be an antiquated notion, especially when it comes to our personal lives.
Not only are more and more people splashing details on social media sites for all the world to see, but lots of us have become increasingly nosy about what our romantic partners are doing, too.
Earlier this week, Facebook changed all the default email addresses on its users’ profiles to a brand new address, @facebook.com. Sneaky yes, but was it really that big of a deal? Probably not since very few people are ever going to navigate through a Facebook profile to get an email address when it’s so much easier and more reliable to use Facebook’s internal messaging system.
However, the folks