Have We Lost Control of Our Online Privacy?

Study finds huge public concern over privacy and internet security.
1:03 | 11/13/14

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And today's tech bytes a new study finds that eight in ten Americans are concerned about online privacy those surveyed said they worry most about the government's monitoring of phone calls and emails. As well as the gathering of personal data by web sites. FaceBook has a new way to say thank you users will now have access to a series of videos which they can personalize have been pulled to their friends' news feeds and time lines. What are meanwhile says it has a plan to continue growing and engaging its audience among the changes a new way to leave and then re join the conversation without fear of missing something. Change is also coming to private conversations and sharing video. And two former president having little followed each other on social media former President Clinton is seen in their posted. A tweet of himself reading George W Bush's new book with Astec power you still not on Twitter so bush replied on is to Graham with the hash tag. How are you still not on in the ground that's good stuff guys have occurred over your third bucks I'm details.

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