April 2nd, 2012 by SEM Contributor
Social networks such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and MySpace have become very popular places for people to interact with their friends, meet new friends or discuss current events. The main advantage of social media is that it links people with common careers and interests, and offers an ideal way of sharing videos, opinions, photos and information.
However, despite all the… Read more
December 21st, 2011 by SEM Contributor
Years ago, it was difficult for ordinary individuals to get the attention of the masses. Today, social media makes it possible for anybody to become popular through the Internet by getting others to follow them through social networking sites like MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and others.
This is well and good, however, exposing oneself to others virtually has negative repercussions.… Read more
December 12th, 2011 by SEM Contributor
Good news for Facebook fans! The design of the interface of our favorite social networking platform is soon going to carry some necessary changes. The changes will mainly be made for the sake of the user’s security and not for the design itself.
Now the hackers from the third party games and apps probably won’t be able to do their… Read more
October 5th, 2011 by SEM Contributor
Privacy hawks would be astonished to know that Facebook has the ability to track its users even after they logout from their Facebook profiles. The shocking revelation was made by the Australian blogger, Nik Cubrilovic. You can find more about the in depth study conducted by Nik at this link. On its part, Facebook has confirmed the finding and has… Read more
September 26th, 2011 by Damian Davila
As more and more people are using smartphones, hackers are becoming more interested in exploiting the security loopholes that companies fail to address. Fortunately, there is Lookout raising to the challenge of protecting your private data on any smartphone.
Lookout (formerly known as Flexilis) describes itself as a smartphone security company dedicated to making the mobile experience safe for
June 10th, 2011 by Ann Smarty
Facebook recently expanded its facial recognition abilities to include users throughout the world, where it previously (as of December 2010) was only available in the United States. There’s been a bit of an uproar for two main reasons:
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Facebook failed to properly prepare users by not explaining exactly what the facial recognition software did or how it was used.
April 13th, 2011 by Ann Smarty
I will admit it, I live my life on Facebook. I mean that quite literally…I am on it all… Read more the time. During work, at home, on my cell phone. I get more social interaction through that website than I do in real life. Friends, family, even strangers…I have nearly 300 people on my friends list and I keep up with
March 22nd, 2011 by SEM Contributor
Social media has many uses and has long been championed as a cause for good. Like many new communications methods that preceded it however, social media, that is Computer Mediated Communication using social networking platforms like Twitter and Facebook, has long been dogged by accusations that it is the harbinger of doom and the end of mankind as we know… Read more
February 16th, 2011 by SEM Contributor
The general insurance unit of AIG – Chartis – has announced that in the future, they will offer insurance for businesses who wish to protect themselves in the event of any confidential company information ending up on social media website such as Twitter and Facebook. The insurance company will cover expenses that will help limit company reputation damage and financial… Read more
October 14th, 2010 by Tisha Tolar
Mark Zuckerburg, Facebook founder, gave a scheduled meeting to make new Facebook announcements. Although there was some speculations and rumors floating around that Facebook was going to buyout Twitter or Skype or YouTube, that proved to be unfounded. Among the announcements were the ability to download your private information and new interface on how to build groups and friends lists.… Read more