CreepinessConvenience Tradeoff

Creepiness–Convenience Tradeoff
Creepiness–Convenience Tradeoff

When Facebook first introduced the ability to upload photos and create albums, we both remember friends who had mixed reactions. Some thought it was a great way to share their life and keep all of their friends and family up-to-date automatically without the need to explicitly email photos. Others were apprehensive. They were initially concerned about uploading photos that could be forever tied to their identity. They expressed concern about the potential for misuse by Facebook, access by future employers, and the all-around creepy feeling it gave them to know that people could be scrolling through their photos at any time without their knowledge. Ironically, now those same friends are...


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