After discovering the State of New York had set up a @NYGovernor Twitter account for the governor — who was instead using @NYGovCuomo — an alleged prankster decided to pose as the governor. The New York Times reports that within days, he had several hundred followers corresponding with the fake identity, all oblivious to the ruse.
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Is Diaspora the Potential Solution to Internet Privacy and Safety Concerns?: The Social Media Privacy Report
In this week’s installment of the Social Media Privacy Report, the recently launched Diaspora network is examined; will it solve the information security issues posed by Facebook and other social sites?
This installment of the twice-monthly Social Media Privacy Report looks at how your internet security and privacy may be at stake and Google as Facebook try to best each other’s technologies.