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Anne Bubnic

What Petraeus affair teaches about email. - 5 views

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    Those who still have illusions about online privacy might want to consider the old adage "I can keep secrets; it's the people I tell who can't."
Dean Mantz

Digital-ID - home - 9 views

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    This page gathers all of the Bloomin' Apps projects in one place!
    Each of the images has clickable hotspots and includes suggestions for
    iPad, Google, Android, and Web 2.0 applications
    to support each of the levels of Bloom's Revised Taxonomy.
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    This wiki provides a great structure for classroom integration and addressing of Digital IDs and Citizenship.
Anne Bubnic

Facebook forced into revealing identities of cyberbullies - 1 views

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    "Facebook must now reveal the names, email and IP addresses of those behind abusive messages, showing who they are and where they posted from in a case where a woman won court backing to reveal the identities of cyberbullies who targeted her with a string of abusive messages on Facebook.
Anne Bubnic

Tweens' Secret Lives Online - WSJ.com - 5 views

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    Social Media Sites Have a Growth Spurt; Trying to Avoid Mom on Facebook
Anne Bubnic

Social Networks Getting Slightly Less Social: Study - 5 views

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    Users of online social network sites such as Facebook are increasingly editing their pages and tightening their privacy settings as they seek to protect their reputations in the age of digital sharing, a Pew Research Center survey said on Friday.
Anne Bubnic

Little Red Riding Mood [Video] - 14 views

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    Spoof on Little Red Riding Hood. Cute, short safety video for student education to initiate a discussion about friending people you don't really know on Facebook.
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    This video was great to teach students about sharing information. A good way to start a lesson on internet safety or use in your curriculum. Use a wiki site and make a curriculum where the students can do a self study with some of the videos.
Anne Bubnic

FOSI 2011 Conference Highlights [Video] - 2 views

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    Highlights from FOSI's (Family Online Safety Institute) 2011 Annual Conference in Washington, DC.
Anne Bubnic

Kids, Privacy and Online Drama [Video] - 6 views

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    FOSI and Microsoft discussion of the latest research of danah boyd, Alice Marwick and Amanda Lenhart.
Anne Bubnic

How Recruiters Use Social Networks to Screen Candidates - 8 views

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    Social media monitoring service Reppler recently surveyed more than 300 hiring professionals to determine when and how job recruiters are screening job candidates on different social networks. Results provide really good insight on how comments displayed in a social networking setting may have positively (or negatively) influenced a decision to hire.
Anne Bubnic

Teachable Moment: Think Twice Before Sharing on Social Networks - 6 views

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    How one person's rant against his own company in a public media forum brought far more attention than he desired.
Anne Bubnic

Connect Safely |Tips for Getting Cached Content Removed - 5 views

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    Procedural advice for removing cached content from Google and Bing search engines.
Anne Bubnic

Erasing Individual's Digital Past - 2 views

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    Reputation.com is among a growing corps of online reputation managers that promise to make clients look better online. In an age when a person's reputation is increasingly defined by Google, Facebook and Twitter, these services offer what is essentially an online makeover, improving how someone appears on the Internet, usually by spotlighting flattering features and concealing negative ones.
Anne Bubnic

Connect Safely |A Parents' Guide to Facebook - 4 views

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    Authors Anne Collier and Larry Magid have published a free 35-page guide for parents in partnership with IKEEPSAFE. The online resource provides parents with the perspective and how-to information they need to help their teens optimize their privacy and safety on Facebook.
Anne Bubnic

The Kids are Alright [Study of Privacy Habits] - 4 views

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    An October 2010 study of the privacy habits of parents and their teens on social networks, conducted by TRUSTe, one of the foremost authorities on online privacy. Data suggests that the majority of teens use privacy controls on social networks and that most parents actively monitor their teen's privacy. However, there is still room for improvement a some privacy areas were identified where teens are at risk on social networks. There are some good videos on this site including parents and teens talking about privacy issues.
Anne Bubnic

6 Tips for Facebook Security [Video] - 4 views

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    Video produced by AVG Internet Security. Offers great privacy tips, scenarios and think-abouts for kids. Uses humor and exaggeration to make the point.
Anne Bubnic

Google Ordered to Reveal Bullies' Names - 2 views

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    Carla Franklin, who believed she was cyberstalked, is claiming victory in a case involving harassment when defamatory comments about her were posted online. A Manhattan judge has ruled that Google must release the names of the online tormentors who made the crude comments about Franklin, a 34-year-old businesswoman.
Anne Bubnic

Google Buzz: Privacy Litigation - 0 views

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    A class action Settlement has been reached with Google Inc. that resolves litigation about privacy concerns arising out of Google's social networking program, Google Buzz.
anonymous

Would you want a digital footprint from birth? - 6 views

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    It's important for parents today to realize they are creating an online dossier for a human being that will be with them for years to come. It's worth considering what kind of digital footprint or online history you want to leave for your child. When your child is a teenager or adult, what will they make of the information you are currently uploading now? 5% of babies under 2 have social media profiles, 7% have email addresses, 81% of two-year-olds have a digital footprint.

    The irony here is that Zogby International just published a survey of parents that found 90% of them think their kids share too much information online and social networks aren't doing enough to protect them. See the story at: http://bit.ly/CNNparentpoll
Anne Bubnic

What to Do If Hackers Steal Your Online Accounts - 5 views

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    Stolen accounts-caused by aggressive phishing attacks and distribution of malicious programs to collect passwords-have become a plague upon the Web. Spammers want them so their messages can get past spam filters. And crooks, who often lock out the true owners by changing their passwords, use them to find and get inside financial accounts or to impersonate the owners and weasel money out of their friends.
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