5 questions to ask social media service providers

Posted on: February 11, 2014 | By: Christina Bonds | Filed under: Info Security, Social Media

How has social media influenced your life? The number of social media service providers such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, has exploded in the last 10 years. Social media has given us new ways to communicate.

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Five tips to clean up your social media presence and impress future employers

Posted on: April 11, 2013 | By: Casey Brown | Filed under: Info Security, Social Media

With the end of the semester drawing nearer, jobs and internships are on students’ brains. Today, more employers than ever are using social media to find and recruit potential employees and are even using social media sites to recruit you as future employees. In the case that your future employer is looking at your social media pages during the hiring process, here are some tips to ensure you’re presenting your best self on the Internet.

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Beware: Your Social Networking Audience

Posted on: March 2, 2010 | By: Elite | Filed under: Info Security, Social Media

What you post online is not private. This reality hit home for an ESU professor recently when she was suspended from her job for comments she made on Facebook. Her story serves as a reminder to remain cautious of what you post online.

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Social Media Messages Telling Too Much?

Posted on: March 1, 2010 | By: Kelly Reimer | Filed under: Info Security, Social Media

Your Twitter messages may just be 140 characters, but they can tell the world a lot about you. The “Early Show” on CBS reports on the controversial website PleaseRobMe.com which re-posts Twitter messages and then uses a location-sharing website to post where you are and when you’re not home.

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