Social networking has changed the way we communicate and connect across the globe. But sharing our personal lives online can also create new opportunities for identity theft and account hacking. This infographic highlights six ways to protect your account and your identity when using social media.
Twitter continues to add new features and functions at a rapid pace – and while most of their recent additions are only small tweaks or updates, their cumulative impact is growing, advancing the Twitter eco-system towards the next phase of the network’s progression.
A startling 13 million Facebook users have never touched their privacy settings. Even if you have, you might be surprised what you're sharing on Facebook. Diligence is the key to privacy in social media. Subscribe to platform updates and check your privacy settings regularly, especially given the reality that social platforms change frequently.
According to a recent Pew study, 63% of adults with online activity maintain a social profile. When asked about privacy settings on the platform used most often, 58% are set to private so only friends can see it. Only 20% say that their main profile is public.
I have been hearing more concerns lately from small business owners new to Facebook about privacy and confusion over what's visible to others. They are often unsure how to balance being found for business purposes with their own comfort levels regarding privacy. (Facebook Fan Pages offer a great...