Moneymaking niche websites with multiple streams of income with AdSense, Amazon, Click Bank, Commission Junction

Different Attitude to Privacy of Facebook and Google

Affiliate, Website, Turnkey, Money Making

In these days, online privacy is becoming the hot topic on the Internet. While Google has paid no attention to privacy, Facebook has carried out changes in the privacy of status updates.

Affiliate, Website, Turnkey, Money Making

 

Affiliate, Website, Turnkey, Money Making

It is clear to see the difference in attitude toward privacy issues between Facebook and Google. Facebook has tried to respond quickly to criticism and applied necessary changes to meet the demands of Internet citizens. In contrast, Google CEO Eric Schmidt wholly put privacy concerns aside.
Before challenges in privacy, Facebook adds useful tools to support users for controlling who view their status updates, photos, events as well as other Facebook entries. The Canada government achieved the success in urging Facebook to resolve privacy concerns.

Affiliate, Website, Turnkey, Money Making

 

Affiliate, Website, Turnkey, Money Making

When implementing these changes, Facebook got the strongly respond from users. Therefore, at the present, it is trying to point out the best methods to take advantage of member status updates for real-time search to be more like Twitter. Besides, Facebook also has to face some risks when building up the right mix of sharing and security.

Affiliate, Website, Turnkey, Money Making

 

Affiliate, Website, Turnkey, Money Making

Meanwhile, Google also encountered with and concern from privacy supporters. Seen as the monolithic Big Brother of the Internet, Google crawled and indexed every last byte of data that exists and presenting it to the general public in a matter of milliseconds through its various search offerings.

Affiliate, Website, Turnkey, Money Making

 

We can find that while Facebook pays attention to users’ demands and replying it by employing changes, Google seems to ignore privacy issues. The only thing it does is to call for the trust from users.

 

Google CEO Eric Schmidt showed his opinion on online privacy in a CNBC interview. “If you have something that you don’t want anyone to know, maybe you shouldn’t be doing it in the first place. If you really need that kind of privacy, the reality is that search engines –including Google –do retain this information for some time and it’s important, for example, that we are all subject in the United States to the Patriot Act and it is possible that all that information could be made available to the authorities.”

 

As he said above, users only are concerned about privacy when they are doing something illegal or unethical. However, in fact, privacy simply means there are some information is sensitive or secret for a reason. Especially, when it comes to businesses that base on Google Docs or Gmail, the privacy is really important. Therefore, it is essential for Google to respect the privacy of that data and protect it from not permitted access.

 

Sharing the same challenges, Facebook and Google have their own solutions. Whether Facebook with its challenges can satisfy users or not? Whether Google’s attitude can keep the trust of users or not?

 

A fan of technology, web development and computer science.

To find more information, please visit my facebook page.

More Google Analytics Articles

VISIT Site for More Info A