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Today I was tipped off that there is a major security flaw in the social networking site that, with just a few mouse clicks, enables any user to view the of their ‘friends’. The irony is that the exploit is enabled by they way that Facebook lets you preview your own privacy settings.
I’ve been using Skype for years now, and it’s only been the last couple of months that it’s started to freeze, crash, and have other problems.But, over the past few years many more platforms have been introduced, and recently I’ve been using Google Hangouts, Zoom, and Wiz IQ.In this post I’m going to go through the four options and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each. Skype is the most used option when it comes to facilitating one-to-one lessons, and is actually the main advantage of using Skype as most of your potential students will either have it or will have heard of it. With the free version you can: – Call anyone who as a Skype account. – Take part in group calls (only using two webcams).Since then, I have received a lot of questions from people in my community about what platform is best to use when teaching one-to-one or small group lessons.Most people start using Skype, and when I first started, this was the only real platform that was available.I still use it for my long-term students, but I’m starting to teach new students on other platforms due to the technical problems, and also because it is a little limited.
The quality of the calls is good on the whole, and from experience, it compares with Google Hangouts.
When we received reports of the problem, our engineers promptly diagnosed it and temporarily disabled the chat function.
We also pushed out a fix to take care of the visible friend requests which is now complete.
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Using what sounds like a simple trick, a user can also access their friends’ latest pending friend-requests and which friends they share in common. Unbelievable I thought, until I just tested the exploit for myself. In other words, a privacy (Hat-tip: @Scott56r and @Laird_Attwood) Update: After a few hours Facebook sent us this statement.
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