Posts Tagged ‘social privacy 411’
<< by Renee Revetta on June 22nd, 2010
Instead of just sharing what’s on your mind or what’s happening, Foursquare asks where you are. As far as privacy is concerned, this platform calls for the most awareness. Last week three of my friends not in the online marketing world joined Foursquare. Immediately upon seeing the friend requests, I felt I should make them aware of a few things. With creepy sounding things out there like Pleaserobme.com and @StalkMeBot it might be easy to be scared away right after joining. However with the right settings, you’ll be able to share your location and network with a calm state of mind. Some warnings and tips follow.
<< by Renee Revetta on June 7th, 2010
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.