Privacy Revolution on Twitter – take the poll!
UPDATE: Please note that you do NOT need to join Twitter in order to vote in this poll – anyone can just go to www.twitter.com/privacyala and vote anonymously. Also, these are NOT scientific polls, but rather an opportunity to get a general sense of what people think about privacy issues.
Today’s Privacy Revolution poll – “What is the biggest threat to privacy today?” Join our Twitter feed to vote and see the results!
ALA’s Privacy Revolution initiative kicked off at the 2008 Annual Conference with one of the most blogged-about programs in Anaheim: the privacy panel featuring Cory Doctorow, Dan Roth, and Beth Givens.
Now, the Privacy Revolution is getting ready to launch some exciting new steps, including a new interactive website, more programs and videos, and some resources for you to start a privacy revolution of your own.
The best way for you to follow all of the action is via the Privacy Revolution Twitter feed at www.twitter.com/privacyala. Be the first to know what’s new with the Revolution, get privacy news from around the globe, and vote in our weekly polls. Today’s poll: What’s the biggest threat to privacy today?
New to Twitter? Check out the “Twitter in plain English” video on the Twitter home page.