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History[ edit ] Before social networking sites exploded over the past decade, there were earlier forms of social network technologies that included: They created a backbone for the new modern sites. Since the start of these sites, there has always existed an issue of privacy.
Ina young woman in New York City was on a first date with an online acquaintance and later sued for sexual harassment, after her date tried to play out some of the sexual fantasies they had discussed while online. This is just an early example of many more issues to come regarding internet privacy.
People using these sites were seen as "techies" unlike users in the current era. One of the early privacy cases was in regards to MySpacedue to "stalking of minors, bullying, and privacy issues", which inevitably led to the adoption of "age requirements and other safety measures".
A majority of the United States population uses some sort of social media site. They require people to share and connect with each other.
Even with privacy settings, posts on the internet can still be shared with people beyond a user's followers or friends. Once something is posted on the internet, it becomes public and is no longer private.
Users can turn privacy settings on for their accounts;however, that does not guarantee that information will not go beyond their intended audience.
Pictures and posts can be saved and posts may never really get deleted. Social media sites have allowed people to connect with many more people than with just in person interactions. People can connect with users from all across the world that they may never have the chance to meet in person.
This can be a positive aspect; however, this also arises many concerns about privacy. Information can be posted about a person that they do not want getting out. Many employers now look at a person's social media before hiring them for a job or position. Social media has become a tool that people use to find out information about a person's life.
Someone can learn a lot about a person based on what they post before they even meet them once in person.
The ability to achieve privacy is a never ending process. For some social networking sites like Facebook, providing real names and other personal information is encouraged by the site onto a page is known as a 'Profile'.
This information usually consists of the birth date, current address, and telephone number s. Some sites also allow users to provide more information about themselves such as interests, hobbies, favorite books or films, and even relationship status.
However, there are other social network sites, such as Match. Thus, linking users to their real identity can sometimes be rather difficult.
Nevertheless, individuals can sometimes be identified with face re-identification. It is possible for users to block other users from locating them on Facebook, but this must be done by individual basis, and would, therefore, appear not to be commonly used for a wide number of people.
Most users do not realize that while they may make use of the security features on Facebook the default setting is restored after each update. All of this has led to many concerns that users are displaying far too much information on social networking sites which may have serious implications on their privacy.
Facebook was criticized due to the perceived laxity regarding privacy in the default setting for users. This occurs when people are aware of risks, but then do not believe that these risks apply or relate to them as individuals. Individuals may be willing to risk their privacy to reap the rewards of being active on social media.
This study in particular looked at teenagers with mental illness and how they interact on social media. Privacy should be a main concern, especially for teens who may not be entirely informed about the importance and consequences of public versus private use.
Users leave digital imprints during browsing of social networking sites or services. It has been identified from few of online studies conducted, that users trust websites and social networking sites. As per trust referred,  "trust is defined in Mayer, Davis, and Schoorman, as "the willingness of a party to be vulnerable to the actions of another party based on the expectation that the other will perform a particular action important to the trustor, irrespective of the ability to monitor or control that other party" p.
A survey  was conducted by Carnegie Mellon University, a majority of users provided their living city, phone numbers among other personal information, while user is clearly unaware of consequences of sharing certain information. Adding to this insight, is the social networking users are from various cities, remote villages, towns, cultures, traditions, religions, background, economic classes, education background, time zones and so on that highlight the significant gap in awareness.
The survey results of the paper  suggest, "These results show that the interaction of trust and privacy concern in social networking sites is not yet understood to a sufficient degree to allow accurate modeling of behavior and activity.
The results of the study encourage further research in the effort to understand the development of relationships in the online social environment and the reasons for differences in behavior on different sites.
There is hence a dire need for improving User's awareness swiftly, in order to address growing security and privacy concerns caused due to merely user's unawareness. Social networking sites themselves can take a responsibility and make such awareness possible by means of participatory methods by virtual online means.“In the general course of human nature, a power over a man’s subsistence amounts to a power over his will.” —Alexander Hamilton, Federalist 79 Libertarianism is a philosophy of individual freedom.
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