Do you think that your privacy is the top of the agenda for the likes of Facebook and other social networks? More and more people throw a fuss about their privacy but they still end up using the service. The fact is that it’s a free service and every and anyone that is on it has an option of using or not.
Advantages outweighs the disadvantages so i think users need to be mindful of privacy issues and take care of your own well-being!
Here are some interesting Social Network stats by Burson-Marsteller that covered most of the Asia Pacific region but i grabbed was looking at the Malaysian stats amongst others :
Didnt expect to see Metacafe up there together with the most visited sites! And its funny how Malaysiakini is “Mainstream Media” now
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Malaysians, especially Muslims, must avoid being totally immersed in the internet culture, especially Facebook and Twitter, said Information Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim.
Malaysia has been getting some heavy stone age comments coming from politicians and certain individuals. With the Allah issue taking headlines, Information Minister, Datuk Dr.Rais Yatim has came out in his usual style telling Malaysians not to (over) indulge in social networks such as Facebook & Twitter. Continue reading »