Friday, February 4, 2011

"I learned it by watching you, Zuck"

The other day, i read a news article regarding Facebook in Japan. It says Japan has very very low rate in using Facebook considering its widely spread Internet use, and one of reasons analyzed was its culture in which people generally do not want to expose their private lives to the public. What do you think about that?

Anyway, i would like to share this article with you concerning vulnerability of privacy in this social media age. Don't they look quiet creative like Zuck? Big Brother is not the only thing we should worry about!

1 comment:

  1. Perhaps this partly attributes to fewer Japanese back to Japan from American, who can bring the use habit to this country. As the original article suggested "In India, after struggling for years, Facebook has become dominant thanks to exchange students and other returning travelers who got hooked to the site overseas, and the same thing might happen there."