And it appeared again in 2010, when Pete Warden, a former Apple engineer, exploited a flaw in Facebook’s architecture to amass a database of names, fan pages, and lists of friends for 215 million public Facebook accounts, and announced plans to make his database of over 100 GB of user data publicly available for further academic research.The “publicness” of social media activity is also used to explain why we should not be overly concerned that the Library of Congress intends to archive and make available all public Twitter activity.The most important, and often least understood, concern is that even if someone knowingly shares a single piece of information, big data analysis can publicize and amplify it in a way the person never intended or agreed.Michael Zimmer, Ph D, is a privacy and Internet ethics scholar.Davis is the founder and CEO of online dating consultancy e Flirt Expert, and was nominated for Best Dating Coach in the 2012 i Date Awards.Her book, "Love At First Click: The Ultimate Guide to Online Dating" is expected to be released in early 2013.If you’re interested in international dating, you’ve come to the right place - we connect thousands of single men and women internationally.
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The “already public” excuse was used in 2008, when Harvard researchers released the first wave of their “Tastes, Ties and Time” dataset comprising four years’ worth of complete Facebook profile data harvested from the accounts of cohort of 1,700 college students.