Posts Tagged ‘Privacy’

Facebook Updates its Privacy Settings – Again

Facebook is overhauling its privacy settings – frequent targets of criticism for their opaque policies and difficulty of use. This comes as Google’s new social service, Google+, gains popularity. Google+ allows users to customize the privacy settings on everything they post. Connections are separated into “circles,” simplifying the sharing and concealment of information. Facebook’s new […]

Me on the Web

When was the last time you Googled yourself? Don’t lie. You know you’ve done it. Besides satisfying that occasional narcissistic craving, Googling yourself can actually benefit your image. In the era of Twitter and YouTube, monitoring your digital footprint and seeing what’s being said and posted about you on the Web are necessary to protect […]

Is Your Facebook Information Overexposed?

For most Facebook users, the term friend is no longer reserved for one’s closest confidants. Friend encompasses family, acquaintances, coworkers and clients. While this can be a great tool for networking and building stronger relationships with your colleagues, you probably don’t want Chris from human resources flipping through your Memorial Day Weekend photo album. Luckily, […]

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