We have had much publicity for the policy changes made by Google and Facebook.
This morning l received a LinkedIn message from the former Head of Information Security of a global multinational
xxx has sent you a message.
© 2012, LinkedIn Corporation
read everywhere about "personal information" and/or "identity" being the new money. Given how cheap it is to acquire all that it necessary to electronically impersonate most of us, I commend the Eastern European attitude to questions from those who you do not know. Never give your real name or tell the truth unless there is a good reason - because whatever you say will be collated and may be used against you sooner or later.
LinkedIn is sufficiently useful that I will probably not change my photograph - it is significantly younger and slimmer than the reality anyway. I will , howvr, make a donation to Big Brother Watch - provided I can find out how to do so anonymously - as opposed to electronically