Facebook, Attorney General of California, and Web 3.0

An interesting discussion/interview with a Facebook employee regarding their data retention policies. Cliffs notes: Never put anything on Facebook you don’t want stored forever, even if you delete it.

Due to overwhelming privacy concerns, many large web companies are now employing a new position: CPO “Chief Privacy Officer.” Chris Kelly is Facebook’s CPO, now running for AG in California.

The interview touches a bit on “Web 3.0” and the direction things are headed. Worth the read.

Read the whole interview: http://therumpus.net/2010/01/conversations-about-the-internet-5-anonymous-facebook-employee/?full=yes



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