Privacy or "people's encyclopedia"


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Tell me, any of you entered in the search query string Yandex, Google or any other search engine your name? For example, I was introduced.

In the results of Google in the first place was the link to my Facebook account listing all of my friends directly in the line of issue. Isn't this confidential information from my profile with privacy settings of "show only friends"?

It is clear that the paranoid social networks to do nothing but glow at each corner is also not desirable, especially if not given their permission.

And that's what I'm going with this.

A little lower on the same first page with the search results and found another link with my name leading to a website. Turn on it and begin to origenate!

It should be noted that I'm on this site any information about yourself didn't post. However, it is there!

Go to section "About" and read the following:
"Social networking has entangled the entire Internet and all of us. However, to understand what really is the questionnaire which you saw — is difficult. After all for anybody not a secret that most people give about themselves is not quite truthful :)"

Well, to completely finish the bottom of the page is written:
"About the project "the encyclopedia of people." Reliable information about people. Search for relatives, enemies, friends and classmates with the ability to add and edit information about people without registration."

Ie, anyone can go in there and add information about your place of work, make of the car, the telephone and God knows what else! How do you like the social graph?

In light of this, dissatisfaction with Tim Berners-Lee's creation of closed repositories of content , I think, at least, strange.

And now, the question:
Is the above website does not violate the human right to privacy?
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At least it violates RF legislation on protection of personal data. To collect, store and moreover show your personal data need to obtain your consent.
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Isn't this confidential information from my profile with privacy settings of "show only friends"?

These settings have always been like that? By default, relationships are open.
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It is strange to resent the fact that the information available through the search proved to be somewhere else. Somewhat naive to believe that the information that you entered on some website no one will ever see, at least I recall several occasions when there seems to be a serious site leaking information to third-party services.
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The situation reminds me of the naivety of the girl, which can shoot yourself Nude some guys, and then wonder where did her pictures in the Internet.
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Either do not use the network or get over.
But even if you choose the former, your information will still be on the Internet. Just you won't see :)
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Have not read "the Light past" Robert Shaw? There is also described a society where "privacy" has come to an end, however, for another (fantastic) technology. And how would the conclusion that you just have to get used to living knowing that nothing is impossible to hide it :)
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The website may in good faith make the mistake of assuming that these data are publicly available.
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You may be required to remove them if they refuse or ignore the requirement, then you can sue, because it is unlikely they will be able to prove that you give Facebook (or anyone else)permission in writing to make them publicly available. And on Facebook can submit that it is your data made publicly available. Google, probably, does not work, it is the aggregator, but may also be required to eliminate this info from the search results. But it is provided that no such permission was given (it can be written in "small print", for example, in contracts for operators)
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About that and speech. If you have the opportunity, post this topic in the blog "Social networking". It there more people will read.
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Hmm, if the fence is written "Serega-sucker" doesn't it also violate privacy?
Well, they did Bo-o-olshoy fence.
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