Are you what you Tweet?

Are you what you Tweet?

Are you what you Tweet? OPF releases Twitter experiment results The Online Privacy Foundation (OPF) encourages people to get online and consider all the great things social networking sites could do for them. But the evidence is growing that we need to think harder about how we best share personal ...

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Donuts and the US Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights

Much earlier today we spoke with Eve Troeh from Marketplace.org (American Public Media) about the Obama Administrations proposals for a Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights. Here’s the brief discussion. Or go directly to the Marketplace podcast here. At glance, the US Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights covers: Individual Control:  Consumers ...

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A thank you to Tony Hawk and his fans…

Another incredible response from a simple Tweet, so here’s a big thank you to everyone who’s taken part in our study so far. If you haven’t take part, and you use Twitter, check it out at www.bigfive.me … The story so far In late January we launched a follow-on experiment ...

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Just how accurate is Facebook personality prediction?

We recently published a Press Release regarding the results of our Facebook personality study, ‘The Big 5 Experiment’.  This post provides some further insight into those results. By the way, if you Tweet, go check out our Twitter experiment at http://www.bigfive.me/   When we set out on the project we ...

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