Archive for the ‘Online Reputation Monitoring’ Category

Internet Privacy Is A Joke

<< by Evan Levy on October 29th, 2010

Last week a story was published recounting Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts’ comments regarding his blatant disregard of online EULA’s and other “fine print,” such as literature with his medications.  He admits that the system has created this broken and prohibitive, jargon based literature, and also reveals that he has yet to find a solution that would benefit the end users.  After all, that’s who the agreement is for right?  The end user.

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Live from Digital East: Online Reputation Management

<< by Renee Revetta on October 18th, 2010

Today I’m here at Digital East and started off the day with the online reputation management session with Chris Condayan (Manager, Public Education, American Society for Microbiology), Dallas Lawrence (Contributor, Forbes.com & Mashable.com, Managing Director of Burson-Marsteller’s Proof Integrated Communications) and moderator Kathy Baird (Senior VP & Partner, Fleishman-Hillard). The session started out with some tried and true examples: Comcast Frank/ComcastCares, Domino’s, United…then got into the nitty gritty – tools, strategy, and crisis communication.

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Live From SMX East: Search, PR and Reputation Management

<< by Evan Levy on October 5th, 2010

The last session of the day is titled Search, PR, and Reputation.  Speakers for this session included Todd FiresenKristjan Mar Jauksson, and Max Thomas.  Some of the most important messages from the session are below.

Big question: is social the new search?  The panel feels, “yeah, it kinda is.”

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Generation Y and the Challenge of Sharing Information Online

<< by Stephanie Nguyen on July 26th, 2010

4300931777 2a3342e5e5 Generation Y and the Challenge of Sharing Information Online We label generations to classify monumental changes, trends, and significant milestones in history. Those born during the birth of the home computer, the rise of video games, Star Wars and Motley Crue can typically be classified as those who lie in Generation X. But wait. What about Generation Y?

Interestingly enough, most Generation Y children (including me) grew up submerged in the realm of social media and online information sharing. I remember how sparkly MySpace layouts, the highly coveted position on one’s top 8 and the brief life inspirations and quotes that drowned Xanga pages easily became an excuse for me to plead “10 more minutes” before going to sleep. According to a study from the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project and Elon University’s Imagining the Internet Center, “Generation Y Millennials will continue their current habit of sharing large amounts of personal information online as they age.” Of course there are positives of such behavior; creating bonds, friendships, and networks, and even introducing a bit of html coding when changing one’s backgrounds and main font colors. However, this openness has larger negative effects hidden beneath the sparkly surface.

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Social Privacy 411 Series: Facebook

<< by Renee Revetta on June 7th, 2010

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Here’s the start of a series on social networking privacy. I’m all about transparency, but making smart choices about your online privacy is essential. First of all, realize that whatever you put online is floating around on some database somewhere. I’m here to offer a ‘profile settings’ type approach to privacy. Read on for your Facebook guide.

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