said 1 year, 4 months ago:
@russellallert Ouch! No, I don’t think so… Even though most folks are conscious to some extent that privacy is out the door once you get busy in the digital world, Facebook is the poster-boy for all that’s wrong with respect of privacy, or lack thereof. (whether Facebook is any worse offender than other social media outlets is up for debate, but we’ll leave this one for another thread…)
Privacy is less of an issue in everyday life, if you share photos, videos, comments, jokes, etc. Even for brands, it’s a great environment to engage with customers, fans and potential business allies. But banking? Do you want to transact directly on Facebook and share with all your friends that you just made a deposit for 5,000$? Or have 3 friends “like” the fact you just renegotiated a new mortgage?
Maybe I’m missing the point…