The fact that it is possible to collect, store, distribute, reproduce, publish and make personal data available to a wide range of people in cyber space, developed a feeling of insecurity and lack of safety and protection. The aim of the paper is to make users of social networks and internet in general aware not to overestimate their power of having control over the information they have published via social networks, and to be aware of their technical ignorance and the possibilities of privacy settings of user profiles. Privacy on the Internet consists of the right to personal information concerning their preservation, use, safety and displaying this personal information in the cyber space, as well as identification of information relating to particular website visitors. Information privacy includes information security, meaning that information society exists when each individual can decide how to dispose their personal data. When we talk about the right to privacy, we need to emphasise that the right to be informed must not affect the right to privacy.
V. Vilić, I. Radenković, “The Right to Privacy, Informational Privacy and the Right to Information in the Cyberspace,” in Sinteza 2017 - International Scientific Conference on Information Technology and Data Related Research, Belgrade, Singidunum University, Serbia, 2017, pp. 74-78. doi:10.15308/Sinteza-2017-74-78
Vilić, V., Radenković, I. (2017). The Right to Privacy, Informational Privacy and the Right to Information in the Cyberspace. Paper presented at Sinteza 2017 - International Scientific Conference on Information Technology and Data Related Research. doi:10.15308/Sinteza-2017-74-78