Honolulu, Hawaii (PRWEB) September 25, 2011
There is a growing concern over the handling of users’ information, security, privacy, data mining, web tracking, and facial recognition software used by Facebook and other social networking sites. Most critics and so-called private alternative social networking sites today complain that Facebook and others collect users’ information and sell it to advertisers, making billions of dollars. Although these things should be reason enough for concern, the sale of people’s information to advertisers and companies is not new and has been going on long before Facebook arrived. “Nothing Is For Nothing.”
The real issues people should be concerned about are: how much information Facebook and other social networking sites are collecting about them “Knowingly” versus. “Unknowingly,” how this information is being used by “Cyber Criminals” versus. “Law Enforcement,” and how all this information someday will be or could be used in a “Positive” versus. “Negative” way.
Regardless of what sites today promise regarding security, any site can be hacked. (Some examples would be: governments, banks, and law enforcement agencies who all have "so called" state of art security systems) Social networking sites such as Google+ and Facebook are open-door gold mines for cyber criminals. The obvious solution to address these problems involving privacy, anonymity and cyber crime is simple; no real names, no emails.
Should you be worried about all the information Facebook and other social networking sites are collecting? If used in a positive way, perhaps it could occasionally help law enforcement agencies throughout the world combat crime, or help end poverty and disease, or even promote socioeconomic equality. If used in a negative way, there will only be the haves and have-nots, the rich and the poor, all automatically profiled according to individual demographics.
"Some people complain that they wont be able to find friends, family and associates. I always apologize and explain, if you want to find a classmate there's classmates.com, if you want to find friends and family there are sites that'll help you find them, but if you want to social network again with some privacy, anonymity, confidently and effectively, there's onlymeworld.com." said Carlson Yamamoto, President of OnlyMeWorld.com.
OnlyMeWorld offers a social networking platform similar in function to Facebook, Google+, Linkedin, and Twitter, yet differs in its approach to Privacy Rights, Anonymity, and Protection from Cyber Crime. At OnlyMeWorld, people are able to participate with absolute privacy and anonymity. OnlyMeWorld requires no real names or email addresses. It uses no web tracking, no facial recognition software, and no data mining.
Upload YouTube & Personal Videos, Links (Buttons) Directly To Email & Websites, Business & Professional Profiles (Alternative Business E-Card). Compare today a Facebook Business Profile, to http://onlymeworld.com/admin, and you will see the difference.
No Facial Recognition Software, Data Mining or Tracking.
Business Listings, Groups, Blogs, Classifieds, Events and Much More!
Carlson Yamamoto is the founder, aspiring entrepreneur, privacy advocate, cyber and white collar crime consultant.
OnlyMeWorld is a social networking & media site launched in April 2011, operated and privately owned by OnlyMeWorld, llc.
Carlson Yamamoto, President