Facebook’s Privacy Settings (Infographic)

SocialTimes Facebook

Let’s face it: Most Facebook users just don’t understand the privacy options available to them, despite numerous initiatives by the social network to address this issue. Facebook Infographics Intella privacy Privacy Settings safety security Vound Software

Twitter Revises Terms of Service, Privacy Policy

SocialTimes Twitter

Twitter Friday announced revisions to its terms of service and privacy policy. The social network announced the changes via tweet (embedded below), and it offered more details in a support post : We've updated our Terms & Privacy Policy. In our terms of service, we’ve reorganized and simplified the structure, removing sections that are duplicative of the Twitter rules and the privacy policy. Privacy Shield program.

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The Social/Anti-Social Network

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Online social networking continues to change and evolve. That is mind-blowing, impressive and not all that surprising when you consider how popular platforms like Twitter and Facebook are, and how people are looking for newer/cooler social networking experiences. Google + lets you be selectively social. the most common response is the ability to segment the social graph (Google + calls them, "circles"). It's a different kind of "social."

Path's Privacy Problems Aren't Path's - They're Apple's

Stay N' Alive

The world is up in arms about how the mobile application Path, which I covered here as one of the next social networks to watch, has been sending users' phone directory data back to the service. Technology social ios loopt Apple Path iphone privacy

How to Contact Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Other Social Networks

Kikolani

Do you have a burning question you want to ask the support team at a popular social network, but you gave up because you couldn’t find the actual contact form through the endless maze of self-serve support documentation? Privacy Policy Questions. Social Media Facebook

Facial Recognition, Privacy and Social Media

Laurel Papworth

This is what I was talking about in this post on privacy and facebook facial tagging and recognition -. augmented reality Online Communities social media social networks Facebook facial recognition privacy

Three Facts about Online Privacy

Engaging Brand

The next interview on The Engaging Brand podcast is about online privacy with Terence Craig - co author of Privacy and Big Data. Ahead of the show Terence has shared with us 3 facts about online privacy which we should all know.

Facebook graph search and your privacy

Sherrilynne Starkie

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. Related posts: Psychology of social networking.

Has Social Media Killed Off Privacy?

Laurel Papworth

The Social Web becomes the Intelligent Web. Online Communities social media social networks facial recognition online community privacy real world social network tom tom

Social Network Identity: Anonymity, Pseudonymity and Accountability -Media140

Laurel Papworth

Will be the second biggest revenue earner in the Social Economy. . As Google and Facebook try by force to remove anonymity from the web, is privacy no longer seen as a funamental right? One of the great mysteries of life is why Anon was such a genius in print and such an idiot online.

The Power of Google+: Privacy "Circles" the Entire Experience

Stay N' Alive

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. Not just that, but the default privacy setting on Google+ is nothing. I have to let everyone into my network, and as a result, they have to let me into theirs.

Give Your Social Networks The Spring Cleaning They So Desperately Need

The Social Media Hat

Social Media Give Your Social Networks The Spring Cleaning They So Desperately Need. Along the same lines, periodically, it's a good idea to take stock of your social profiles and do a little Spring Cleaning of your own. Certainly, stop sharing them to social channels.

The Other Side Of Privacy

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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. The other side of privacy. The truth is that you decide how much data you're creating and your own level of privacy. privacy.

Social Networking Stats: Are Social Media Passwords Fair Game for Colleges, Employers? 13 States Say No.

The Realtime Report

The #RLTM Scoreboard: Social Networking Stats for the Week. if you have additional updates, or a social network that you feel should be on the list. . Employers, Universities Denied Access to Social Media Passwords of Prospective Workers, Students.

Social Networking Terms of Use in 2013

Firebelly

2012 didn’t end well for social networking and the ever-looming subject of online privacy. The overwhelmingly negative feedback from Instagram users caused the social network to recant on that aspect of its changes, but the damage was done.

A Beginner’s Guide to Online Social Networking

Idaconcpts

Online social networking sites permit you to get together and bond with new friends. The majority of the popular online social networking sites permit users to bond with new friends from across the world.

WhatsApp’s Privacy Policy Change & What It Means For Brands

Unmetric

If you’ve not gotten the notification yet or simply clicked Agree without reading, here’s some news, WhatsApp is changing its terms and privacy policy. Interestingly, Facebook plans on launching its own mobile ad network.

Protecting Your Online Privacy: How to Keep Your Online Activity Private from Pirates, Hackers and Marketers

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

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. Social Networks.

Privacy, Frictionless Sharing, and Hasah Elahi

The Way of the Web

Unless you’re doing it to devalue government information agencies, in which case you’re far more interesting than your choice in mainstream pop suggests… social networks autoposting facebook frictionless sharing sharing spotify

How many social networks can you handle?

Jeff Esposito

I like to consider myself pretty tech and social media savvy. However, I have recently found myself pondering how many networks I could realistically handle on a personal basis. We’re social beings so adding another network can’t hurt right?

Do Americans Trust Facebook?

The Realtime Report

Who do you think is most likely to VIOLATE YOUR PRIVACY? Once again, Americans are not very comfortable with Facebook – over one-quarter of those surveyed think Facebook is most likely to violate their privacy. Photo by Master isolated images, courtesy FreeDigitalPhotos.net.

Just Because We're Social Networking “Friends” Doesn't Mean I'll.

Almost Savvy

If this happened at a live networking event, the conversation would go something like this: “Hi. Related articles which may interest you: How Facebook Hurt My Feelings Social Networking Friends vs. Real Life Friends Happy Holidays!

Removing Trending Articles From Your Facebook Timeline

SocMed Sean

2) In the top right, drop down the triangle and choose Privacy Settings from the menu. Facebook Featured Social Media facebook privacy social media social networking tipsFacebook does it again!

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Social Networking Friends vs. Real Life Friends | Almost Savvy

Almost Savvy

How secure should I feel when using Facebook’s privacy settings to determine which groups of friends can or cannot see particular photos? Social Networking Lines Get Blurred With the unprecedented growth of Facebook, it has become the largest social networking platform by far.

The 2012 Social Networking Privacy Policy

Webbiquity SMM

If you were to do a Google search for some of the top social networking sites , you’ll almost certainly stumble across a news story concerning privacy issues with user data. This is where social networking is going in 2013. Social Media Marketing

Social Networks and Privacy

Janet Fouts

I’m a bit more pragmatic than some of my co-panelists on what privacy we can actually have in this day and age. This is especially true when you are on multiple networks. Think of your online conversations as an aggregate whole and not just one network at a time.

How Facebook Could Become Irrelevant

Waxing UnLyrical

Think about it: what possible incentive would there be to cede the autonomy that other social networks offer? Jim Dougherty is chief writer and ringleader at leaderswest.com , a social media and technology blog that sometimes veers into the bizarre but never into the mundane.

Settlement Announced For Facebook Privacy

Small Business Mavericks

The Federal Trade Commission announced on Tuesday that a settlement has been reached in regards to Facebook’s privacy practices. Facebook will now have to conduct privacy audits every two years for the next 20 years. Facebook had made some changes to its privacy notices and did not give user’s a choice if they wanted their information used or not. Social Media facebook publicity Reputation Management social networking

6 Reasons Social Media Sucks, But You Need to Use It Anyway

Webbiquity SMM

Amid all of the hype, conferences, and rapid adoption of social media marketing by organizations from sole proprietors to the Fortune 100, there remains an undercurrent of skepticism. It’s true that social media remains in many ways a sort of wild west. Social media is the new PR.

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Integrate Social Networks with your Corporate Website with ‘Social Sign On’

www.web-strategist.com

The Techcrunch acquisition dispels those myths 2 days ago « People on the Move in the Social Business Industry: Sept 21, 2010 Upcoming Research Teaser: What do Employers Want in a Corporate Social Media Strategist? timbursch Do you think we will see a Social ID, similar to OpenID?

[COMIC] The Facebook Quota

SocMed Sean

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. Facebook Featured Humor People Social Media best practices comic comic strip facebook humor privacy

25 Google Plus Resources, Articles, and Reviews to Help You Get Started

Pamorama

the search giant’s big social initiative, has arrived and there’s a lot to learn. Facebook’s threat to Google’s domination of the Web was a wake-up call that ignited the development of the new social platform. and Canada , the network’s exponential growth frightened Google’s leadership into taking action. I’ve jumped into the Google Plus fray to try it out and determine what potential benefits it offers social media marketers.

3 Things You Don’t Know About Social Media Monitoring

Waxing UnLyrical

Advanced social media monitoring skills are a critical component of effective social media communications. This is why social media monitoring training is so important. Here are the top 3 reasons why social media monitoring has become riskier than ever: 1.

Judge Confirms: You Have No Privacy. Get Over It.

Socialized

My old boss, Scott McNealy, former CEO of Sun Microsystems, said , in 2003, “You have no privacy. Brown points out that from a legal standpoint, this statement is both puzzling and unnecessary, but it is nonetheless indicative of a general sentiment that there is no longer any reasonable expectation of online privacy. All of the social networking leaders have stumbled. Facebook has made one privacy screw-up after another.

We're Addicted to Social Networks: 48% of Us Check Them in Bed

Pamorama

It turns out that many of us are obsessed, checking in with our social circles at all times of the day and night. Similarly, 26% of iPhone owners check in with Twitter or Facebook before turning on the TV, compared with 17% each of all social media consumers.

Facebook Privacy: First Day Back To School photos

Laurel Papworth

No decent socks either… Things to consider: risk assessment (low risk, high risk), the invisible audience (who is watching, how do you know), are you taking privacy away as a choice for kids when they get older (their life is already online cos mum put up there), perhaps there’s a safety pointer too – everyone will know what your kids look like, and the “global neighbourhood village” will come into play, as a crowdsourced “Net Curtain Flicking” LOL.

Once upon a time, I Believed in the Fairytale of Klout

Unspoken

Klout has made some dramatic changes in the past few weeks, which has led the Social Media ecosystem to ask many questions about Klout’s brand credibility and business agenda. This information simply tells the user about those who have lost network influence.

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Google Settles with FTC over Deceptive Privacy Practices Related to Google Buzz Social Network

Bill Hartzer

Google today has officially agreed to settle charges by the United States Federal Trade Commission that Google used “deceptive tactics&# and “violated its own privacy promises to consumers&# when Google launched their social network called Google Buzz , in 2010. According to the FTC, this is the “first time an FTC settlement order has required a company to implement a comprehensive privacy program to protect the privacy of consumers’ information.

Facebook is Trampling Other Social Networks

Pamorama

pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact Facebook is Trampling Other Social Networks by Pam Dyer on April 21, 2010 Share Back in March 2008, Facebook was poised to overtake MySpace, but it wasn’t yet the most popular social network in the world.

A Little Privacy, Please! Your Rights and Social Media Policies

SocialFish

Got something related to B2B, association or nonprofit social media you think would interest SocialFish readers? —————– Your privacy is important to us. Your privacy is important to us. Read our privacy policy.”.