Via Boing Boing comes this, “MySpace will target ads to users’ personal data.” A potentially interesting piece that might fight into teaching about these things. I have somewhat mixed feelings and I guess it will depend on the ads. I get ads all the time from my gmail, but they don’t bother me. I suppose I should be bothered though….
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