I work with a company who is also trying to address the privacy issue with a new privacy-oriented social network: WeOurFamily. While Facebook and MySpace find their money from investors and advertisers, who both have agendas on mining information, WeOurFamily operates on a subscription basis without any advertisers, and without a motive to mine data from its users.
My question to the Slashdot community is this: What level of control over privacy do you look for in a social network? Do you consider the company and business models when evaluating your privacy options?"
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