The annual Computers, Freedom, and Privacy Conference feels privacy is a right worth fighting for. The annual conference, which is part of the Association for Computing Machinery and according to its website is the “leading policy conference exploring the impact of the Internet, computers and communications technologies on society,” held its 2010 event earlier this month. This year’s conference produced a bill of rights for social network users. Here’s the text of the Bill of Rights as posted by our friends over at Social Times and you can also find it on the #BillofRights page on Facebook:
14. Right to withdraw: Allow me to delete my account, and remove my data
Whether or not a Bill of Rights for social networks users is universally adopted we offer you this advice—utilize all the privacy settings made available to you, but remember the web is ever changing so share wisely.