ស្ពានដ៏វែងមួយឆ្លងកាត់ទន្លេបាសាក់នៅតំបន់អ្នកលឿង នឹងត្រូវបើកការដ្ឋានសាងសង់ នៅថ្ងៃទី១២ ខែកុម្ភៈ ឆ្នាំ២០១១ ខាងមុខនេះហើយ។ ស្ពាននេះគ្រោងនឹងចំណាយប្រាក់សាងសង់ប្រមាណ ១៣០លានដុល្លាអាមេរិច។ ដូច្នេះ នៅថ្ងៃខាងមុខ ខ្ញុំអាចទៅលេងស្រុកកំណើតបានលឿនជាង ដោយពុំចាំបាច់រង់ចាំឆ្លងសាឡាងយូរដូចមុនទៀតទេ។ នេះជាដំណឹងមួយដ៏ល្អសម្រាប់ខ្ញុំ…៕
Helping people make meaningful connections is a worthwhile task. But you need to consider the time and best interests of those you are connecting. If you’ve decided that the introduction is a win-win for both parties, here are three rules to follow:
- Be clear about your motive. Explain immediately why you are making the introduction. What is the value that each of the parties brings?
- Be careful with the “Cc.” Unless you are 100% sure that the recipient is open to the introduction, don’t include all parties on the message. Instead, send the introduction with the appropriate contact info so the person can follow up if she wants to.
- Provide an “out.” No one wants to feel forced into making a connection. Always give people an option to opt out.
Source: Harvard Business Review – Management Tips of the Day
UPDATE: In a carefully worded statement at 11:25 PM Monday night, Facebook has retracted their permissions to developers for user address and mobile numbers. In their post, they state that they will re-introduce the “feature” with updates and “improved” features. We hope this means users retain control of key – and intimate – aspects of […]
UPDATE: In a carefully worded statement at 11:25 PM Monday night, Facebook has retracted their permissions to developers for user address and mobile numbers. In their post, they state that they will re-introduce the “feature” with updates and “improved” features. We hope this means users retain control of key – and intimate – aspects of their private information.
Last Friday at 6:00 PM, Facebook rolled out new permissions that give applications access to individuals’ addresses and phone numbers.
So if you use any app, like a game, the window you must click to allow it access to your profile (so you can use the game) now gets more personal info about you than ever before.
There is no way to opt-out. As you can see above, all personal data is being treated as if it were of the same value.
So if you want to play FarmVille (and Zynga wants addresses and phone numbers from this point forward), you have to grant Zynga permission to the home address and phone number in your profile. If you don’t want to let them have access, no farming for you, pal.
This is for all apps who decide to implement this new “feature” for developers, including ones that might be malicious. Or opportunistic app developers who try and land-grab as much data as possible to sell to third parties.
I think it is the equivalent of handing your ID to an anonymous telemarketer somewhere in the world. Ever order something and had your address or phone number sold?
With Facebook’s value through the roof, you can bet your privacy they’re going to monetize your dearest data. In a way, if you’ve shared it with Facebook, you already have.
The new screen (above) is the dialogue box in its new form.
One big problem is that people have been trained to click through this screen; the box now says it’s sharing the information but it does not really look any different than it did before. For people already overwhelmed by Facebook (like your kids and your grandma) it will be easy to miss.
Also, because the new window doesn’t say sharing address and phone number is a new thing, users are likely to think that on signup for CityVille that this is normal and all their friends have done it, and since their friends are not currently experiencing problems then everything must be fine.
Is Facebook capitalizing on the “everyone is doing it” mentality?
The real answer to that is a question: when have they not?
Don’t forget that with Facebook, people are made to use their real names and real information. Inexperienced social network users are likely to put their address and phone numbers into their profiles simply because the form fields are there. And that social conditioning, which many are taught, is what you are supposed to do with forms.
While most young girls grow up knowing that you don’t give your number (or address!) out to strangers or put it online, most guys are likely to not get at first glance why this is the significant breaking of a social personal safety rule. What’s worse, it’s on a commercial and institutional level.
I’m sure it will be fine. I mean, it’s not your credit card data. Oh – wait.
This reminds me of how Google’s Eric Schmidt responded in a CNBC interview when asked about regular people sharing information with Google as if the company were a “trusted friend.” His reply was basically that if you didn’t want people to know it, you shouldn’t share it online.
I’m guessing Facebook feels the same way.
Some people are saying that making the barriers of access zero-to-nothing for apps and their developers to your home address and phone number is a recipe for disaster. That it is a violation.
Some app makers and developers are happily commenting on the Facebook announcement saying, “Thanks! Really needed this!”
Other people are saying like it’s ‘crying wolf’ by privacy nerds, and are arguing that since most apps don’t “need” this data, and that we shouldn’t worry about it.
គ្រួសារមួយពីរនាក់ប្ដីប្រពន្ធនោះ ក្រ មហាក្រ ជំពាក់លុយគេ រកអង្ករច្រកឆ្នាំគ្មានទេ។ ដល់លំបាកខ្លាំងពេកទៅ ក៏នឹករកកលសម្លាប់ខ្លួនទាំងពីរនាក់។ គិតស្រេចហើយ ក៏បបួលគ្នាទៅទិញថ្នាំកណ្ដុរ លុយទិញបានតែមួយកញ្ចប់។ មិនដឹងថាត្រូវធ្វើយ៉ាងម៉េច បើរំលែកចែកគ្នាម្នាក់កន្លះកញ្ចប់ខ្លាចវាមិនងាប់ តែសម្រេចថាចែកគ្នាម្នាក់កន្លះកញ្ចប់ចុះព្រោះវាអស់ជម្រើសហើយ ហែកកញ្ចប់ថ្នាំ ត្រូវរង្វាន់បានថ្នាំមួយកញ្ចប់ទៀត… ហេងពួកគាត់មែន
រឿងរង្វាន់ហ្នឹង ឮគេនិយាយថាដូងក៏មានរង្វាន់ដែរ។ ផឹកទឹកដូងរួច កុំភ្លេចមើលកូដដូង… មានរង្វាន់ម៉ូតូហ្វីណូអីឯណាទៀតហ្ន៎
មួយវិញទៀត ខ្ញុំឮគេថា លៀសហាលឥឡូវក៏មានរង្វាន់ដែរ ។ ពិសារហើយ កុំចោលសំបក សូមសរសេរឈ្មោះ និងអាស័យដ្ឋាន ដាក់ក្នុងសំបក រួចយកទៅចោលនៅក្នុងធុងសំរាម!!! ហ៎ាហ៎ា …
ចំនួនដងសរុបនៃការបើកមើលប្លក់របស់ខ្ញុំសម្រាប់ពេញមួយឆ្នាំ ២០១០នេះគឺមានចំនួន២ ៧៩២ដង ឬដែលអាចនិយាយថាជាមធ្យមក្នុងមួយថ្ងៃមានអ្នកចុចចូលអានចំនួន ៨ដង។ ថ្វីបើឃើញថាមានចំនួនចូលមើលមានចំនួនតិចតួចក្ដី ក៏ខ្ញុំនៅតែមាន ការសប្បាយរីករាយ ព្រោះថាបើប្រៀបធៀបទៅឆ្នាំ២០០៩ ចំនួនអ្នកចូលទស្សនា មានការកើនឡើងបួនដង។
ម្យ៉ាងវិញទៀតខ្ញុំសង្កេតឃើញថា រយៈពេលត្រឹមតែកន្លះខែដើមឆ្នាំ២០១១ ចំនួនអ្នកចូលទស្សនា មានចំនួន ២០៤ដង ស្មើនឹងរយៈ១ខែ នៃឆ្នាំ២០១០ ឬដែលអាចនិយាយថាជាមធ្យមក្នុងមួយថ្ងៃមានអ្នកចុចចូលអានចំនួន ១៤ដង។ សូមអរគុណជាពន្លឹក ដល់អ្នកដែលចាប់អារម្មណ៍អានប្លករបស់ខ្ញុំ៕
Facebook has been forced to deny it is shutting down later this year, after a rumour of its demise shot around the world over the weekend.
The Los Angles Times says a Weekly World News story sparked panic.
The satirical website quoted Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg as saying, “Facebook has gotten out of control and the stress of managing this company has ruined my life. I need to put an end to all the madness.”
The story pegged the site’s shutdown date at March 15.
Now Facebook has assured users it is not going anywhere, with a wall post insisting that the rumour was greatly exaggerated.
Other stories featuring on the Weekly World News include ‘Alien Spaceships to Attack Earth in 2011’ and ‘George Clooney Running for President’.