Last week I broke down how to make your Instagram private. This left readers wondering how they could protect their Twitter content.
When talking about personal privacy online we talk about Facebook a lot. We think less about Instagram. This may be because Instagram allows us to choose a username.
Chief executive Jack Dorsey admitted unfairness to U.S. Lawmakers. He said Twitter’s algorithms have unfairly reduced the visibility of 600,000 accounts.
I write often about the different ways that technology can harm us. Whether it's the tech itself or hackers who can exploit vulnerabilities, there are a lot of risks.
Complaints of bias and faulty “algorithms” have driven some from social networks. Every day someone suggests we log off Facebook or Twitter in protest of someone getting the boot, or not.