We have seen Social Networking privacy cases go to court and the model gets tweaked accordingly like child protection legislation. We see new social networks offering more flexible or higher privacy options than their predecessors Google+ is an ex. Also Social networks of other countries such as India and Brazil have adapted their privacy to local traditions. Of course there are those who see privacy as an illusion and generously share their personal information and other that migrate to other networks seeking more privacy. Some say regulation of social networks may cause excessive awareness and concerns about privacy that in turn may lead to harmful content drought (Perez, 2008).
Do you think that the current Social Networking business model can sustain, given these generally self regulating norms.?