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June 24, 2017
Instagram's working on a new tool which would enable users to share posts with only selected friends.
Instagram's Developing a New Lists Feature for Private Sharing | Social Media Today
June 01, 2017
With new regulations coming into effect, it's important to understand your obligations in social media marketing.
conducting social media policy review
April 19, 2017
LinkedIn has announced some changes to their terms of service to cover soon to be released functions.
LinkedIn Updates Terms of Service to Cover Coming Additions and Tools | Social Media Today
February 02, 2017
Here are some key tips to help protect yourself from online hackers and security threats.
Do You Know What It Feels Like To Get Hacked? | Social Media Today
July 21, 2016
Non-profit organization Rawhide has put together this new infographic which looks at how teens use anonymous and private messaging apps, and the dangers that both parents and children need to be aware of.
Temporary and Anonymous Apps: What's the Teen Appeal? [Infographic] | Social Media Today
July 12, 2016
Reports have shown how the popular new game Pokemon GO opens the door for the app's creator to access all your private information - which is a concern, but will people overlook it in order to use the app?
Pokemon GO and the Data Debate – Why Convenience Will Trump Privacy Every Time | Social Media Today
December 12, 2015
Advances in technology have lead to a massive increase in connectivity via social media platforms and teens are flocking to these sites, ready to exchange information. But do you know what information your children are sharing on their social media accounts? More importantly, do you know who can see it?
Parents, Are You Aware of What Information Your Kids are Sharing Online? [Infographic] | Social Media Today
November 26, 2015
Google's struggle with the "right to be forgotten" in Europe, which has meandered through the European court system and been upheld repeatedly therein, finally has some numerical context as Google updated the publicly available information on the requests they have received.
right to be forgotten again again again
October 28, 2015
Via Facebook, and several other news outlets reporting the info, Facebook is finally getting rid of one of its most annoying features that you might not have even been aware actually existed. And it is replacing it with something that might be even worse.
September 16, 2015
Twitter allegedly eavesdrops on its users’ private Direct Message communications. As soon as a user sends a Direct Message, a suit alleges, Twitter intercepts, reads, and, at times, even alters the message.