“Indecent exposure” is the deliberate exposure of one’s genitals in public, causing others to be alarmed or offended. It’s a crime in most states.
(Exposing a bare breast, on the other hand, is generally not considered indecent exposure, at least when done for breastfeeding purposes.)
But what happens when the “exposure” is … continue reading
Facebook has a problematic history when it comes to user privacy.
In 2007, Facebook introduced Facebook Beacon, a feature that broadcast users’ online purchases to their friends. Users initially had to opt out on each purchase to avoid sharing information.
In 2009, a group of nonprofit consumer and privacy groups, including the … continue reading