The future of security: Facebook friends, Google rings, and a computer just for Twitter

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Facebook today introduced a feature called “Trusted Contacts,” which allows users to designate some of their (Facebook) friends as backups in case their account is compromised. This is meant to add a new level of security to users’ accounts, requiring so-called “close friends” to determine whether someone requesting access to our account’s information is who they say they are. The bar for friendship used to be whether or not someone would trust another person with their house keys, or children, or health — now a true friend is someone who controls access to a Facebook account.

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