Stories by C.G. Lynch

Facebook users to get more privacy; developers, less freedom

On Facebook, the struggle to figure out who owns and accesses our data remains years away from any resolution - if we ever reach one. Yesterday, Facebook announced that it would act to shore up some privacy concerns that were voiced a month ago by Jennifer Stoddart, the privacy commissioner of Canada.

C.G. Lynch | 29 Aug | Read more

Can Social Networking Be Secure at Work?

As more workers spend a greater part of their days on social networks like Facebook and Twitter, hackers have turned their energies toward spreading their malware across those services, harming workstations and company networks.

C.G. Lynch | 06 May | Read more

Four Tips for Getting Good ROI from Web 2.0 Projects

While Web 2.0 applications such as blogs, wikis and social networks have been wildly popular with consumers, efforts to measure the technology's success for businesses have returned mixed results. In fact, recent research from the Burton Group indicates that business leaders have struggled to define best use cases, measure their success and chart returns on investment.

C.G. Lynch | 24 Apr | Read more