Hey, remember Julia Allison’s talk with Jeff Jarvis during internet week? You know the one that turned into a therapy session about the pitfalls of putting it all out there and how she insisted there should be no privacy on the internet? She had a staunch anti-privacy position, but guess what? Now all of a sudden she’s concerned about her online privacy. How often has she been checking RBNS?
You see, we highlighted some insanity from her wide-open Facebook profile this weekend. Now her profile is locked-up and closed like her legs until the 11th and a half date.
Or so she thought.
Julia Allison Proof that I’m getting old/prudent/decreipt: I just locked down my Facebook privacy settings. I think. I couldn’t quite tell. There were lots of them.
Um. . . err. . . opps? We weren’t supposed to see that weren’t we. I guess she might need to take some time to figure out how the Zuckerburg’s insane privacy settings work. She should also take the time to realize that some RBNS readers are friends with her on Facebook, so it really doesn’t matter if she locks it up.
I guess Julia was right about the lack of internet privacy, after all.