Flickr now lets me geofence my house in order to hide geotagged photos there. Nice. But what if a screwup causes the geofence to fall?
7:21pm Aug 30th 2011 via Twitterrific for Mac
Eric A. Meyer
@meyerweb It is rather nonsense, at least the Travor’s school example: What if there is only one school there, or Trevor is easy to google…
7:22pm Aug 30th 2011 via Echofon in reply to meyerweb
@meyerweb I think this provides a feeling of privacy that isn’t there. Either you geotag photos or you don’t.
7:23pm Aug 30th 2011 via Echofon in reply to meyerweb
@meyerweb The geozombies can get in?
7:24pm Aug 30th 2011 via TweetDeck in reply to meyerweb
@yatil In my case, I manually geotag photos that are in locations other than my house or the houses of friends/relatives/etc.
7:25pm Aug 30th 2011 via Twitterrific for Mac in reply to yatil
@meyerweb I would expect that all privacy settings "Fail to Private" (restricted) vs. Fail to Public by design (for any online service).
7:29pm Aug 30th 2011 via Twitter for iPad in reply to meyerweb
@meyerweb Nice! I'll use it as a backup in case I forget to remove the geotagged data I want private.
7:30pm Aug 30th 2011 via TweetDeck in reply to meyerweb
@brian_henderson Sure, but what if that also gets screwed up? As in, geofences fail and all photos are public due to a bug/bad commit/etc.?
7:31pm Aug 30th 2011 via Twitterrific for Mac in reply to brian_henderson
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