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Yep, agree. The videos are all private. We just ignore the once that are not meaningful. This is also just one usage of the tool - we are now using it for Q/A type situations - the users send us video questions about the tool - not everyone likes typing a question, recording it seems a lot easier. We are definitely started to get more feedback.
This is very true. We've always considered the following as well:
1. I would rather have a follower that follows as few people as possible.
2. Definitely little purpose in having a follower who follows > 1000 people. He will never see your post.
3. If someone is followed by a lot of people you would only want to follow this user to get to others via this user.
Definitely agree that tracking social accounts for employees, albeit public once, is a grave invasion of privacy. How is it different from any other personal aspects of life - regular mail, email, phone conversations, etc, etc.
But what do you think of requiring inmates released on parole to face this requirement. Especially sex offenders!?
That's actually one of the features of Social Report (http://www.socialreport.com) - ability to track patterns within social network accounts. If a sex offender starts befrending kids on Facebook - that's not a very good sign!
Social Report Team