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Policy primer
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  • 1. MY SPACE EXPLAINED Did you know when you join a network site like my space its like -Signing your privacy away? Roya Internet studies 303
  • 2. Policy- what is it you might ask?  It is a formal, brief, and high-level statement or a plan that embraces an organization’s general beliefs, goals, objectives, and acceptable.  Further defined by standards and guidelines.
  • 3. What's MySpace?  is a social networking website My space became the most popular social networking site in the United States in June 2006.  MySpace collects your email address, first and last name, postal code, gender, and date of birth from you in order to register you as a Member (“Registration Data”)  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myspace
  • 4. What is the Term of Use?  The terms of the condition of an agreement between you and any social working site.  You must agree to all the terms.  You must be aware that their policy can change without notifying you.  You have the right to change or deactivate your account, but beware once your online things are never private anymore.
  • 5. Terms of service "ToS" are rules by which one must agree to abide by in order to use a service The terms of Service bind you whether you are a member or a visitor.  You or MySpace can end the membership anytime without notice. Some parts of this agreement, for example liability for inappropriate content, copyright violation or waiver of your rights will, however, remain binding even after termination.  MySpace may charge fees for its services and to change them from time to time. You don’t get any refund on termination.  MySpace expressly reserves the right to remove your profile and/or deny, restrict, suspend, or terminate your access to all or any part of the MySpace Services if MySpace determines, in its sole discretion, that you have violated this Agreement or pose a threat to MySpace, its employees, business partners, Users and/or the public. Even after Membership is terminated, this Agreement will remain in effect  MySpace can use or edit your content.  http://www.myspace.com/help/terms
  • 6. DID YOU READ THE TOS WHEN YOU JOINED MYSPACE OR DID YOU JUST CLICK AND AGREE TO IT ALL?
  • 7. Who can join  As soon as your 13 you can join.  Join a networking site when your just 13. while other laws require you to be much older.  You don't need parents permission.  Its free as long as you give your personal details.  You must agree to 2 services – terms of use (TOS), and Privacy Policy (PP)
  • 8.  One thing you should always remember READ Before You SIGN  What you need to realise what you put on your site becomes the property of My Space and it will be available always even when you terminate and deactivate your site.
  • 9.  The policy at MySpace, which is owned by News Corp., raises “serious questions about your commitment to develop and maintain strong privacy protections for consumers,” Rockefeller wrote to MySpace’s Michael Jones.  http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-10-26/rockefeller-presses-facebook-myspace-on-privacy-plans-senate-legislation.html
  • 10. My space under Fire U.S. Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Jay Rockefeller pressed executives of Facebook Inc. and MySpace Inc. for information about breaches involving personal information and vowed to write legislation protecting privacy. Rockefeller, a West Virginia Democrat, said he is troubled by reports that users of the sites had personal details transferred to third-parties without their knowledge.
  • 11. Is it mine or my spaces  They can also change the TOS (terms of service ) without advising you.  In addition, MySpace collects other Related Data and non-PII including IP address, aggregate user data, and browser type. This data is used to manage and improve the MySpace Services, track usage, and for security purposes.
  • 12. The internet is not safe  The Internet is NOT a private place. Keep your personal information to yourself.  MSNBC has reported that "social-networking sites like MySpace are turning out to be hotbeds for spyware," and "infection rates are on the rise, in part thanks to the surging popularity of social-networking sites like MySpace.com."
  • 13.  According to Alison Kiss, program director for Security on Campus, social networking websites such as MySpace and Facebook have made it easier for stalkers who target women on college campuses.
  • 14. On MySpace your profile is either public or private, there is no in between  There is no between the circle you are either in one or the other. You either have full privacy or none at all. privacy No- privacy
  • 15. References  http://www.myspace.com/help/te rms  : http://www.myspace.com/index.c fm?fuseaction=misc.privacy#ixz z14b4Hpz5O  http://www.sans.org/security- resources/policies/Policy_Primer.pdf  http://www.wikisummaries.org/MyS pace_Terms_of_Service

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