With the launch of Google+ earlier this year, Facebook is facing its first major challenger. Reaching 25 million users after just two months, one of the biggest contributing factors that I've heard people cite for adopting Google+ is the notion of better privacy control. With lists, groups, and now Google+'s circles, the tangle of ever-changing terminology around the social web can be exasperating. But one thing is for certain, social networks are a way of life for most people on the planet – there are 750 million registered users on Facebook, 600 million of them are active monthly, and over half on a daily basis. With all these users, comes a massive amount of sharing. But do you know what you are actually sharing? And more importantly, who is seeing the information and what is being done with it? Some people say we are moving toward a post-privacy society. That may be true, but I still think many of you aren't quite ready to share all your personal information to the world – the type of information you can find on our latest infographic, Google+ vs. Facebook Privacy: What You Need to Know. The infographic also includes tips to protecting yourself using the new privacy control features.
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