Storify and privacy online
There's a bit of confusion over a blog post and whether Storify itself makes "private" updates from Facebook public. Storify only lets you publish what you can see online, and you should use that power wisely.
- This is yet another reminder that anything you say anywhere on the web, private or not, is always subject to being shared via third party apps, screenshots, or good old fashioned copy and paste, so never say something online that you wouldn’t say in public, because there really is no such thing as privacy, which is sad and unacceptable, but true.
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- First Click Internet MarketingWe should really be careful while online.2013-10-29T05:46:12.788Z
- elitedubstephey thats pretty cool2013-08-20T22:53:49.449Z
- Alex DaleThis is the first time that I came across such coverage. We should be careful while online.2013-08-12T10:36:50.863Z
- Jim BrockIs it technically possible for Storify to see the privacy setting associated with the original post that is being shared?2013-01-19T18:37:53.243Z
- Jeff ElderWell said. As a Storify user and former employee, I believe in curation as a sense-making tool. The real-time flow can be cruel, unstoppable and unnerving...Well said. As a Storify user and former employee, I believe in curation as a sense-making tool. The real-time flow can be cruel, unstoppable and unnerving. Curation can bring order, analysis and preservation. What we choose to curate and why brings up age old questions of journalistic ethics that are no different now than they have ever been.more2013-01-19T01:08:08.844Z