Social Media Action is Getting You to Share Your Data How many of us have seen posts or tweets asking for us to share our favorite teachers name, favorite color, your first car, childhood best friend, or even your mother’s maiden name? How often do you reply or comment sharing your information? We think, what […]
You spend considerable time creating a collection of music/images/movies online–what happens to all of that when you die?
Every once in a while, you get to hear the rumor on Facebook that Facebook Will Start Using Your Photos in Ads on Friday. Well, to be honest. its just that and nothing more. No such thing is happening anytime soon.
But it is nevertheless a good idea to NOT get caught unawares – as there is an element of truth somewhere in that message.
Find Facebook’s (almost) hidden security page with commonsense reminders and advanced resources such as what to do if your account is hacked, security tips, and reporting abuse.
There have been numerous stories circulating about how Facebook and other social media websites invade our privacy, selling our personal information to advertisers who in turn target us in our own personal spaces online. But the truth is, many privacy risks lie much closer to home. In fact, two of the biggest live in your home—you and your spouse.
You never know when life will throw a curveball at you and when those unexpected events occur it can be very challenging keeping everyone updated on what is happening.
Letting you see what apps you’ve given permission to…
Social media, online marketing guru and former colleague of mine Paul Gillin wailed recently on CIOs who have not picked up the social media gauntlet.
Google+ better at managing friends, but personal privacy still a concern.