As we’ve reported several times before (click here, for example), your privacy should always be kept in mind when utilizing social media.
eMarketer recently noted that: “First came social sharing, then came social login. By now, the vast majority of internet users have encountered an online site with the ‘Login with’ button alongside a social network logo, allowing them to sign in using their network credentials. There are plenty of benefits to using social sign-in, for both users and brands. For online companies, social sign-in provides a portal to a user’s social data, while for consumers, it’s faster than filling out yet another web registration form and easier than having to come up with—and remember—another set of login credentials. But still a significant percentage of users don’t click.” Why? People are concerned about their privacy.
Take a look at the research findings of Gigya. Click the chart to learn more.
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“As every provider take consent from the user before letting them login
with their ID at that particualr website, much of the fear of the user
is taken care of there only. I think other solution provider like Janrain,
LoginRadius store the user data in website database and in this way
they take care of User concern as it is more inline with traditional