Privacy in Google+

I wrote earlier this month about user privacy in the new Google+ social media network, vis-à-vis the privacy approach employed by its primary competitor, Facebook.  Today I spotted a useful guide to privacy settings in Google+ (and in Google’s other products) which illustrates the more-transparent approach utilized by Google in allowing users to keep track of who views their data.

The ten minute video, produced by a third party, is well done and worth a look if you are interested in privacy.

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