As Facebook and Google become ingrained into virtually every action we make on the web, the lines of privacy and security are becoming more blurred and dependent upon these vendors. I'm not thrilled with either Google or Facebook in these areas of concern. While both appear to be doing a great job at securing our information from evildoers, I'm concerned that they are becoming evil themselves.
By controlling both the advertising and the content side of the business – and marrying the two together – they have unprecedented insight into our lives. That makes the two a premier target for hackers and identity thieves. The ability to block how they extract this data is available through a complex series of permissions and settings; however, those limitations don't just impact advertising… they impact the user experience as well. So… many of us don't bother!
I nā pāpāho kuʻuna, he laina mau kēia i hele ʻole i kēlā ʻaoʻao. ʻAʻole pono ka poʻe hoʻolaha e hoʻopili i ka nūhou a i ʻole ka ʻaoʻao ʻē aʻe. I ke komohana hihiu ʻike mākou iā mākou iho, ua huli nā papa ʻaina a mālama kēia mau Goliath i ka ʻike a me ka hoʻolaha.ʻO Veracode ua hāʻawi i kēia Infographic i ka hoʻohālikelike ʻana o lāua i ka palekana a me ka pilikino.
IMO, as consumers begin to understand just how this data is leveraged (and sometimes abused), they'll be pushing back and more and more legislation, regulations and even lawsuits will begin to arise!
Palekana Palekana Veracode Hāʻawi i kahi papa hana ʻike maʻalahi maʻalahi a kapua e kuhikuhi ana i nā kīnā palekana i ka pāʻālua noi. ʻAʻohe mea e hoʻouka a hoʻonohonoho ai paha? ʻO ia ka mea hiki iā ʻoe ke hoʻomaka i ka hoʻāʻo a me ka hoʻoponopono kīnā ʻole i kēia lā.