TrueRep: Around the Web Posted Mon, May 14th by TrueRep in News, Online Privacy, Reputation Management, Social Media
Online privacy advocates and digital advertisers continue deliberating on the issue that could limit information collected about American consumers, in addition to having the potential to significantly limit people’s access to online news, email, music and even social networks that are paid for by online advertising.
It’s clear from the prevalence of raunchy photos that appear regularly on various social networks that many students are unaware of online security laws as well as the effect of such actions on others. The only way that the school can lawfully enforce a punishment is if a student posts during school, at a school event, or on a student’s way to or from school.
This article provides a few tips any company or business professional can master to protect their online reputation. The first thing to do is set up a strong defense against potential attacks, then set privacy settings on each of the company’s social media account and post strong, positive, compelling content.
A California bill to prevent companies from snooping on employees or prospective employees by logging onto their accounts on Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites has cleared a key committee, with little opposition expected when it goes for a vote.