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Are Facebook Users Giving up their Expectation of Privacy in Return for an Expectation of Imaginary Connection?

If you are like me, you post on Facebook in leaps and bounds. I have periods of silence, followed by bursts of sharing of photos, links to articles and status updates. During one recent prolific posting period of two weeks, I noticed that none of my posts had generated any reaction whatsoever: not a single […]


Facebook and the First Amendment: Facebook decides who gets to view your posts and whose post you get to view

In a bold new move, Facebook has taken on the role of content censor on its own platform, and has done so in its notoriously sneaky style. It is by chance that I learned about the change in my Facebook settings, thanks to the fact that I am lucky enough to be connected to some […]