The battle between convenience/sexiness and security marches on. It probably won’t be hard to pick the winner. I’m not the first person to note that the consumer market is driven by convenience and by the rather hard to define ‘x-factor’ of ‘sexiness’. Few products in recent IT history have brought together convenience and sexiness in one package more than the smart phone and other mobile devices.
Sharing your personal information with the founders of FaceBook, MySpace, Pinterest, Friendster, Twitter and LinkedIn is probably something you would think about twice. The association of your private stuff with each of these networks is something you want to take very seriously.
There is an interesting tension between social networks and the concept of Privacy. Not only because some people will share what others will want to keep a secret; also because the social networks love to know more about you and continuously challenge your boundaries.
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