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Social Media and Online Privacy: Did We Celebrate Too Soon?

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Remember last year when everybody on Facebook got all upset because some employers and colleges were asking applicants for social media passwords, and then judging them by what they had posted? State lawmakers around the country spotted an election year … Continue reading

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Don’t Call It a Cell Phone: Just Call It a Trackable Tether

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Last week, I was walking across our family room carrying the iPad I got as a gift last summer. Suchi and Raglan, our Tibetan Terrier puppies, came barreling down the hall playing tug of war with a stuffed elephant, collided with … Continue reading

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Drawing the Line Between Personal and Professional Social Media

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Over the past week, thousands of new readers have visited this blog in response to an article on regulation and compliance in social media.  So  I’m happy to announce that’ I’ll be helping to put together a free webinar on July 14 that will … Continue reading

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Who Owns Your LinkedIn Profile?

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On Wednesday, I saw this headline in a financial trade publication called Finextra: Actiance: All your LinkedIn profiles belong to us The accompanying story talked about compliance and social media software vendor Actiance, which had announced some new features for financial … Continue reading

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