Tag Archives: internet privacy

You Are No Longer Anonymous Online

Social media has given individuals the chance to join global conversations and comment on any range of topics. However, some prefer to surf…
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How to Protect your Privacy and Security when Using Social Media

Hayley Kaplan Protect your Privacy: Part 1 Social Media use has increased dramatically and it’s hard not to be aware of the decrease…
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Privacy and Facebook Facial Recognition

  Back in June, Facebook shocked the world when it announced its acquisition of Israeli-based facial recognition software startup face.com. The company’s technology was…
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3 Places Where Your Online Reputation and Privacy are in Danger

The nature of the internet is constantly changing and much of the anonymity we used to enjoy when sharing thoughts and content online…
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“We Know What You’re Doing” Website Will Help you get Fired

Yesterday the web exploded with chatter about a new social networking privacy experiment taking place at WeKnowWhatYoureDoing.com. If you are unfamiliar with the…
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Social Media and Privacy

Pew recently released some interesting findings about social media, which show that more people are taking control of their online reputation management. Deleting…
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Marketing with LinkedIn

As a follow-up to our popular post, Clean up Your Online Profile, we have created a blog series about cleaning up online profiles.  Today's post…
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Cleaning Up Facebook

As a follow-up to our popular post, Clean up Your Online Profile, we have created a blog series about cleaning up online profiles. Today’s…
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Internet Privacy: 3 Ways to Keep Your Information Safe Online

From Facebook to Twitter to LinkedIn to blogs, everyone leaves a digital trail as they browse the web. Most of the time, you…
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