Facebook Privacy & Employers: 5 Must-Reads
MARCH 26, 2012
Here are 5 must-reads related to Facebook privacy and employers that we don’t want you to miss. Facebook Privacy Debate a Passionate One. By Christina DesMarais Employers who ask job applicants for the passwords they use to log in to Facebook are going overboard. The Great Facebook-Employee Password Nonissue. Holder Jr.
What Are The Privacy Options For Group On Facebook
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Facebook Sharing and Privacy Tips (Video)
OCTOBER 28, 2011
If you’re a Facebook user, you’ve probably noticed a lot of changes, especially on the homepage where you see updates from your Facebook friends. What you may not have noticed are the significant updates in how you manage your privacy, along with other new features and changes. How do I customize my privacy settings so only the right people see my information?
Facebook graph search and your privacy
MAY 5, 2013
Facebook Graph Search is now live. Public information will come up in search queries so if you have content on Facebook that you don’t want the world to see it’s time to button down your privacy settings. This infographic from the people at Marketo illustrates how Graph Search affects users and gives advice on customizing privacy settings for better control. How Facebook Graph Search Affects Your Privacy infographic by Marketo. PLEASE LIKE MY FACEBOOK PAGE. Facebook Graph Search Privacy Settings [INFOGRAPHIC].
JANUARY 28, 2012
Inside Look at Facebook Privacy Settings
JANUARY 26, 2011
then created the following video (which I uploaded to YouTube here ) showing how I implement the myriad of Facebook privacy settings. Please watch this and share it with your friends and colleagues (and I apologize it is lengthier than I anticipated) for an educational how-to on Facebook privacy. If you liked it, and if you use Facebook, you can like me there at facebook.com/ariherzog.com. Thanks! -- Ari Herzog thanks you for reading Inside Look at Facebook Privacy Settings on his blog. Media privacy YoutubeSatisfied, I bought it.
Could the Survival of Facebook Depend on Its Privacy?
AUGUST 22, 2012
Facebook stock is not doing very well. Some are even beginning to question whether Mark Zuckerberg can continue as the leader of Facebook (somewhere, the Winklevoss twins are howling with laughter). Clearly, the experiment of Facebook as a publicly traded company isn’t going well, though I think it is still too early to be called a failure. That’s the key.
Tracking, Personalization And Screams Of Privacy
FEBRUARY 15, 2013
Any tracking of information of consumers without the consent of your consumer is a breach of privacy, right? In my forthcoming business book, CTRL ALT Delete (out May 21st, 2013), I go in-depth on the notion that consumers need to better understand the difference between personalization (tracking their usage to create a better and more personalized experience) versus privacy (capturing personal information and using it in any way that has not been pre-approved by the consumer). Some privacy advocates might argue that this is a matter of simple semantics. breach of privacy.
Facebook Faces More Potential Privacy-Related Legal Issues in EU
MAY 25, 2016
Facebook continues to face pressure in the European Union over transferring data from customers there to the U.S. Facebook’s European headquarters is in Dublin. and the European Commission , and according to Fortune, the Privacy Shield deal that replaced Safe Harbor is stricter, but there are loopholes. Facebook and other companies are using a mechanism referred to as “standard contractual clauses”—also known as “model clauses” or “model contracts”—to continue transferring data from European users to the U.S., for processing. As long as the U.S.
Non-Facebook Users to Start Seeing Audience Network-Powered Ads
MAY 27, 2016
“Over the coming months,” you won’t have to be a Facebook user to see ads powered by the social network. Facebook announced in a Facebook for Business post that it is extending the reach of its Facebook Audience Network mobile advertising network to non-Facebook users via data it gathers from third-party sites and applications that use the social network’s technology.
[Cool Infographic Friday] Is there such a thing as online privacy?
SEPTEMBER 19, 2014
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APRIL 26, 2013
This infographic is a little hard to read, but has some interesting food for thought nonetheless. Infographic by WebpageFX. Debunking the Hype
Do Americans Trust Facebook?
The Realtime Report
APRIL 4, 2014
recent poll reveals how much trust Americans place in Facebook, as compared to Google, the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Facebook 5%. Apparently, Americans don’t feel their personal information is very safe with Facebook. Who do you think is most likely to VIOLATE YOUR PRIVACY? Facebook 26%. Do you trust Facebook?
[COMIC] The Facebook Quota
JUNE 25, 2013
While I do love connecting with my friends, family and colleagues on Facebook, sometimes the drama of the social network gets to be a bit too much. If you think about it, Facebook has essentially replaced the drama of the television “soap opera” with the drama of real life. Facebook Featured Humor People Social Media best practices comic comic strip facebook humor privac
Facial Recognition, Privacy and Social Media
MAY 18, 2011
What happens when you point your iPhone, mobile phone or any new camera at a group of people and get their Facebook and Twitter IDs, their last status updates and other goodies – all from the fact the camera does facial recognition? This is what I was talking about in this post on privacy and facebook facial tagging and recognition -. AlexKilpatrick. Useful.
The End Of Privacy. The Beginning Of Personalization
SEPTEMBER 18, 2013
In this chapter, I also identify that one of the biggest challenges facing businesses today is their ability (or inability) to better explain to consumers the chasm that exists between privacy (knowing a lot of personal information) in contrast to personalization (knowing what people are doing online to create a better experience for them). Cookies used to be a tasty treat, now we''re all worried about our digital cookies and what crumbs we are leaving behind in an effort to use more cool free stuff like Facebook , Twitter and YouTube. It removes the privacy issue (hopefully.
The Other Side Of Privacy
MAY 16, 2011
You can't throw a rock and not hit a concern about privacy and the use of our data online. From newer media initiatives (think Facebook Beacon ) to cyber-attacks (see what Sony has been dealing with ), not a week goes by that some sort of privacy breach or plans for a corporation to do something funky with consumer's data isn't in the news. There are many people who believe that whatever data and information you put into a platform (let's say Facebook , for argument's sake) should be yours and yours alone. The other side of privacy. facebook. privacy.
Facebook Testing Ability for Users to Post to News Feed But Not Timeline
JUNE 8, 2016
Facebook is testing a way to allow users to post to News Feed without those posts ever appearing in their Timelines. Facebook users always had the option of removing posts from their Timelines via Activity Log , but if this feature is rolled out widely, that step would be unnecessary. Readers: Would you like to see Facebook roll this feature out globally?
Will Facial Recognition Ads End Privacy?
SEPTEMBER 10, 2012
There’s a new attack on privacy: Facial recognition -driven advertising. This service matches your physical image at a store or location against your social profile pictures via the Facebook API , and then serving you specific social deals on site. Privacy’s Last Stand? Check-In with Your Face from redpepper. Facedeals is going a step further. Image by chromik.
Big Data, Influencers, Privacy and Other Digital Termites
JANUARY 30, 2013
This podcast offers a sneak preview , which is also transcribed below… We got into all sorts of fun things, including big data, influencers, privacy and other digital termites. We are distributing ourselves on the network, and I’m fearful of the impact it has both on our privacy, in terms of our identity and of our relationship with each other. Image by NEXT Berlin. think he’s right.
The Power of Google+: Privacy "Circles" the Entire Experience
Stay N' Alive
JUNE 29, 2011
Facebook has always had one strength that no other social network (other than perhaps FriendFeed ) has seemed to fully get: The fact that you could add friends to lists, and target your updates so only those lists, and specific people you chose, can see the updates you post. share this in my presentations often - it's Facebook's best kept secret. The problem is just that - it's currently buried in the Facebook interface and not many people know about it. The entire experience is built around its equivalent to Facebook lists: Circles. It's that simple.
Removing Trending Articles From Your Facebook Timeline
MAY 22, 2012
Facebook does it again! Now, Facebook is hijacking your timeline and inserting “Trending Articles” While I’m not positive about the source, it’s likely that Facebook monitors the articles/blog posts that your friends are clicking on and sharing and then presumes that you’ll want to see them too. Give them a try and see if they work for you. Cheers!
How Facebook Could Become Irrelevant
NOVEMBER 20, 2012
After surpassing 1 billion users this past month, Facebook has become an institution that appears to have some staying power. But there is a lingering issue that threatens Facebook’s dominance even more than advertising revenue and stockholder discontent. share two things on Facebook: pictures of my kids and links to my writing. Facebook is no longer sacred.
What I Like About the New Facebook Timeline Profile, Privacy Settings, and News Feed
SEPTEMBER 24, 2011
By now, you’ve probably read your fair share of “What I Hate About the New Facebook Updates” to the point that you’re pretty comfortable with the fact that you hate the changes. So, as a change of pace, here are some gems that have come about from the latest updates that are actually pretty cool from the news feed to the new Facebook Timeline Profile. Moved.
Facebook Reactions – Three Months On
MAY 18, 2016
Three months on and Facebook’s Reactions haven’t quite replaced the trusted “Like” button, which still reigns supreme. Quintly recently analysed 130,000 Facebook posts and found that 76% of interactions were still “Likes”. There has also been some negative press on Reactions recently, privacy-wise, which seems to be a yearly routine for Facebook now. Value for Marketers.
Has Social Media Killed Off Privacy?
MAY 5, 2011
What with Tom Tom selling our GPS data to the police that then book us for speeding, and facial recognition connecting our faces to our social networks and the privacy implications that entails, are we thinking enough about the big issues in our rush to upload, tag and share content in online communities? I’ve finally figured out how to use my iPhone as a GPS Navigation system. Oh goody!
End-to-End Encryption Coming to Facebook Messenger, But …
JUNE 1, 2016
The good news: End-to-end encryption may soon be coming to Facebook Messenger. The Guardian reported that the social network plans to offer the option of end-to-end encryption to Messenger users “in the coming months,” enabling users to ensure that the content of their messages cannot be read by Facebook or government authorities. Facebook would not confirm The Guardian’s report. Apps Facebook artificial intelligence encryption End-to-End Encryption Facebook Messenger Machine Learning messenger privacy safety security The Guardian
21 Fantastic Facebook Marketing Guides
APRIL 8, 2014
marketers have a love-hate relationship with Facebook. On one hand, not only is it an easy-to-use, low-cost platform with more than a billion members, but 77% of B2C companies and 43% of B2B vendors have acquired customers from Facebook, and the world’s largest social network drives 20% of all internet page views. What are the best page apps for Facebook today? Hell Yes!
The 5-Step Secret To Facebook Timeline Privacy Bliss
DECEMBER 19, 2011
The new Facebook Timeline profile is now available to any of the site’s 800 million+ users who decide to activate it. Here are 5 things you need to do right now to attain Facebook Timeline privacy bliss prior to activating the new Timeline profile. Most people should set their privacy and sharing settings to Friends Only. What would we find? You will thank us later! 1.)
Judge Confirms: You Have No Privacy. Get Over It.
MAY 7, 2010
My old boss, Scott McNealy, former CEO of Sun Microsystems, said , in 2003, “You have no privacy. Today I read on Evan Brown’s awesome Internet Cases Blog , that a New York criminal court judge, ruling last month in an Internet privacy suit, said: “In this day of wide dissemination of thoughts and messages through transmissions which are vulnerable to interception and readable by unintended parties, armed with software, spyware, viruses and cookies spreading capacity; the concept of internet privacy is a fallacy upon which no one should rely..
Confused About Facebook Changes? (Free Webinar)
OCTOBER 14, 2011
While it may seem that David Bowie is referring to Facebook when he sings, “Ch, ch, ch, ch, changes.” If you’re a Facebook user, you’ve probably noticed a lot of changes, especially on the homepage where you see updates from your Facebook friends. How do I customize my privacy setting so only the right people see my information? Will you be there?
Protecting Your Online Privacy: How to Keep Your Online Activity Private from Pirates, Hackers and Marketers
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
SEPTEMBER 11, 2012
The recent proliferation of social media networks has increased awareness of online privacy issues. On the surface, some may feel that online privacy is only a concern for those attempting to hide their internet activities. Online privacy is an issue that impacts ALL of us. Additional actions are required to make full use of the web AND to protect your privacy.
Using Facebook Hashtags for Your #FacebookMarketing
AUGUST 9, 2013
When Facebook introduced its Twitter-like hashtag (#) feature in June, marketers began to buzz about the potential boosting effects that this new Facebook trend can bring to brands and businesses. Hashtags are gaining momentum on Facebook. Since Facebook hashtags are still in their infancy, setting a trend and getting your name out now is important. Privacy Caveat.
Facebook’s Messenger App: What You Need To Know
The Social Media Incubator
AUGUST 18, 2014
In recent weeks, Facebook has been the talk of the town by making it required for mobile users to download their Messenger app to send their friends messages from their mobile device. Many users have expressed concerns with the new app’s privacy settings, permissions, and use of the app. Here’s the truths you need to know about Facebook’s Messenger app. Facebook’s Messenger App is Not New. The app is also not the only way to send messages on Facebook. Facebook’s Privacy Terms Are Not New. stars.
Facebook Groups: Privacy Bait and Switch?
OCTOBER 7, 2010
There was a little get-together for tech reporters at Facebook headquarters today. Whenever Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, summons an audience because he’s got something to announce about Facebook, life as we know it grinds to a halt. Some friends and I took the new Facebook Groups for a test-drive to find out. You may have heard about it. Or so it seems. New Groups.
Privacy Is About Control, Not Anonymity
SEPTEMBER 22, 2010
Tweet Seth Godin says you don’t really care about privacy : “If you cared about privacy you wouldn’t have a credit card, because, after all, they know everything you spend money on. Tags: privacy And you wouldn’t use the phone, because somewhere, there’s a computer scanning what you say. What most of us care about is being surprised. Control.
Was Privacy An Anomaly All Along?
AUGUST 24, 2015
So, are we all ready for a post-privacy world or have we been living it for a long time already? . Facebook can be awkward, as many use it - primarily - for family and friends. facebook. appoftheweek ashleymadison chom977fm chomfm ctrlaltdelete ctrlaltdeletewithmitchjoel digitalmedia facebook guestcontributor heatherbackman jwalterthompson jwt linkedin linkedinlookup lookup mirum mirumagency montrealradio morningshow morningsrockwithterryandheatherb radiosegment radiostation socialmedia soundcloud technology terrydimonte twitter vhscamcorder wppmorning show. chom fm.
Five Things to Do About Facebook Privacy Other Than Closing Your Account
MAY 14, 2010
Sure you’re ticked off about Facebook’s abuses of consumer privacy, but does closing your account accomplish anything? Even if one million people closed their accounts, that would represent 1/4 of one percent of Facebook’s 400 million user base. Facebook should not make it so hard to maintain personal privacy and should not make clandestine changes to its privacy settings. Under the “Account tab on the top right of your screen is a “Privacy Settings link. Read Facebook’s own Privacy page.
Facebook News Feed: Friends and Family First, Core Values
JUNE 29, 2016
Friends and family come first in Facebook’s News Feed , as the social network detailed the latest tweak to its algorithm and detailed the values that guide that algorithm. He wrote: Our top priority is keeping you connected to the people, places and things you want to be connected to—starting with the people you are friends with on Facebook. We work hard to try to understand and predict what posts on Facebook you find entertaining to make sure you don’t miss out on those. Readers: What are your thoughts on Facebook’s latest News Feed algorithm change?
Privacy, Frictionless Sharing, and Hasah Elahi
The Way of the Web
DECEMBER 5, 2011
After all, ‘ Everyone’s a curator now ‘ Frictionless sharing and frictionless ambivalence. I’ve been looking at the rise of ‘frictionless sharing’ – exemplified by Spotify autoposting every song you play on Facebook. Way before frictionless sharing became available to us all! Something that someone saw and though they absolutely had to share with me.
The Two Faces of Privacy on Facebook | Justin Levy
JULY 22, 2010
Justin Levy Marketing and Social Media Home About Archives Contact Disclosures Newsletter Speaking The Two Faces of Privacy on Facebook Written on July 22, 2010 by Justin Levy in books , facebook , social media 0 Comments - Leave a comment! But with the growth rate of Facebook, many have started to turn to it as a personal branding tool and professional network.
Facebook Messenger Is #1 Messaging App In The U.S.
OCTOBER 24, 2014
Despite their outcries about privacy and security concerns, Americans can’t seem to get enough of Facebook Messenger. Is there any stopping Facebook in its battle for the backchannel? Blog Facebook Social Media
What Could Kill Google and Facebook
JULY 18, 2012
potential Google killer , Facebook killer or even Twitter killer may not do it with superior technology, but simply with a better user experience. Facebook. One of the biggest complaints about Facebook is of course its constantly changing interface , and its convoluted privacy settings have also repeatedly come under fire (as have changes to its privacy settings ). Granted, even with its never-ending UI changes, Facebook is easy enough to use even for technophobic grandmas. You can’t even find anyone working in the place. Twice. Google. Twitter.