The Case For Tagging Vigilance On Facebook

The Case For Tagging Vigilance On Facebook
technology

The many micro-surrenders of permission we make during our interaction with the social network have increasingly palpable consequences.

Stephen Fortune
  • 15 march 2011

A good measure of how integral Facebook is becoming within our lives is attested to by it’s increasing use as legal testimony. For instance, we recently learned that social networking interactions are increasingly cited as grounds for divorce.

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