Posts Tagged 'facebook'
Social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter allow us to communicate with friends and family, network with colleagues, and become connected to people who share a hobby or interest. But they also allow online scammers and spammers to get closer to us by utilizing the web of friendships and connections they create. In fact, the […]
An Indian investigative portal Cobrapost, recently released a report on alleged online reputation smearing/management/campaigns designed to gain/destroy political capital for who ever was the highest bidder or “customer”. Online world (social media) was abuzz with political motivations, and some where perplexed if it was even possible (amazed, surprised, dismissive etc.) Some of the bloggers/twitterati offered their own explanations, instantly […]
Aussie Silver Surfers Are Almost Spending as Much Time Online As their Grandchildren! A few weeks ago, McAfee (the world’s largest dedicated security company) launched some fascinating research into the online lives of mature Australians that confirmed what we had been thinking for a while – Nan and Pop have gone digital, in a big […]
Every five minutes, it seems, a new app comes out but only a handful stick with tweens and teens looking to connect in fun ways to friends online. When those apps make the “fun cut,” and rise to popularity it isn’t long before unwise users exploit them into cyber bullying and sexting channels. Unfortunately, that’s […]
Teenagers need space. I totally get it. But sometimes they also need a helping hand, a few quiet words of guidance or maybe for you to catch them before they fall – particularly in the online world! The recent story of bullied US teen Halsey Parkerson and his aunt demonstrates this first hand. When Halsey’s […]