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Facebook : Les photos prises via iOS automatiquement transférées sur le profil de l’utilisateur

Facebook : Les photos prises via iOS automatiquement transférées sur le profil de l’utilisateur | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

Chez certains possesseurs de dispositifs iOS,Facebookl est en train de tester une nouvelle fonctionnalité pour son application. Elle permet de transférer une photo qui vient d’être prise à partir d’un iPhone ou d’un iPad, directement sur le compte Facebook de l’utilisateur.

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How Small Businesses Can Manage Their Online Reputation

Your company's reputation is one of your most important assets. As a business owner, one way to build your brand is with a strong business presence online. You can do this by posting articles, blogging, testimonials, videos and so on—all with links back to your business website.Outside of building credibility yourself, there's another important facet of reputation management to consider. A disgruntled customer can easily file a complaint on a site such as The Rip-off Report, Scam Informer and other so-called "attack sites."

If you've built an online presence, you're lucky—such a report is likely to be far from page 1 in the search engine rankings, and it will be easy for you to mitigate the damage. But what happens if you don't have a strong online presence, someone files a complaint against your business and it winds up on the first page of search results?

First, take a deep breath. Second, be aware that this problem didn't happen overnight. It took time and it will take time to repair. Essentially, you have two options: Hire a reputation management service or repair the damage yourself. Before you begin, know that repairing your reputation is going to take a lot of work, and time, regardless of which option you choose.

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Facebook et les Etats-Unis impliqués dans le hack de l’Elysée

Facebook et les Etats-Unis impliqués dans le hack de l’Elysée | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

En mai dernier, le réseau informatique du Palais de l’Elysée était piraté et des documents dérobés. L’Express revient sur cette affaire et dévoile, en exclusivité, que le responsable est Washington... Pour réussir ce tour de force et « piller » l’ordinateur du secrétaire général de l’Elysée, les hackers sont passés par… Facebook. Ils sont devenus amis avec un employé de l’Elysée, ont envoyé un lien pointant vers un faux site du palais de la République, ont enregistré les identifiant et mot de passe saisis par la personne flouée.

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People using Twitter to find information about cardiac arrest - study

People using Twitter to find information about cardiac arrest - study | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

People using Twitter to find information about cardiac arrest - study: Amid snarky comments and links to cat videos, some Twitter users turn to the social network to find and post information on health issues like cardiac arrest and CPR, according to a U.S. study.

Over a month, researchers found 15,234 messages on Twitter that included specific information about resuscitation and cardiac arrest, said the study published in the journal Resuscitation.

"From a science standpoint, we wanted to know if we can reliably find information on a public health topic, or is (Twitter) just a place where people describe what they ate that day," said Raina Merchant, the study's lead author and a professor at the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.

According to the researchers, they found people using Twitter to send and receive a wide variety of information on CPR and cardiac arrest, including their personal experiences, questions and current events.

Some researchers and organizations already use Twitter for public health matters, including tracking the 2009 H1N1 "swine flu" pandemic and finding the source of the Haitian cholera outbreak, the researchers said.

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Online rants land Facebook and Twitter users in legal trouble

Online rants land Facebook and Twitter users in legal trouble | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

One teenager made offensive comments about a murdered child on Twitter. Another young man wrote on Facebook that British soldiers should "go to hell". A third posted a picture of a burning paper poppy, symbol of remembrance of war dead.

All were arrested, two convicted, and one jailed – and they're not the only ones. In Britain, hundreds of people are prosecuted each year for posts, tweets, texts and emails deemed menacing, indecent, offensive or obscene, and the number is growing as our online lives expand.

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WikiLeaks cable: Israel worried about Hamas producing its own weapons

WikiLeaks cable: Israel worried about Hamas producing its own weapons | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

On November 18, 2009, almost exactly three years ago, members of an American-Israeli political and military delegation met with Israeli Defense Intelligence officers in Tel Aviv. Less than a year earlier, Israeli forces had invaded the Gaza Strip as part of Operation Cast Lead, which was meant to weaken Hamas, the Islamist organization — classified as a terror group by the United States and Israel — that gained power in Gaza in 2006.

The 2009 meeting provides some context for Israeli thinking on attacking Hamas, both in 2008-2009 and in the current offensive, which began with an Israeli air strike Wednesday on a senior Hamas figure. The meeting may also help to inform a question looming over this latest conflict: Will it escalate into a ground invasion, as it did in 2009?

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EdgeRank, l'algorihtme de Facebook qui fait polémique

EdgeRank, l'algorihtme de Facebook qui fait polémique | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

Début septembre, le réseau social a modifié son algorithme EdgeRank pour punir les spammeurs, créant un début de polémique aux États-Unis.« Nous modifions fréquemment notre algorithme. Les changements récents visent à pénaliser les publications ayant un taux de plainte supérieur à la moyenne et à récompenser celles qui ont un taux inférieur à la moyenne », a assuré vendredi dernier Will Cathcart, responsable des fils d’actualités chez Facebook, au cours d’une rencontre avec la presse au siège de Menlo Park. Selon lui, la visibilité des publications est restée « globalement inchangée après ces changements », contredisant ainsi les chiffres publiés par plusieurs cabinets d’études.

En clair, ce sont les mauvais élèves qui se plaignent des nouveaux critères. Ces derniers auraient, en outre, déjà produit des effets positifs : le nombre de publications signalées par les membres comme spams a enregistré une baisse à deux chiffres depuis septembre, alors que le taux d’engagement (pourcentage de fans d’une marque interagissant avec ses publications) a, lui, progressé.

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Introduction to Anonymizing Networks – Tor vs I2P

Introduction to Anonymizing Networks – Tor vs I2P | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

Every operation made in cyber space, every visited web site, and every web service accessed, leave traces of the user’s experience on the Internet. This information is considered very precious for commercial and intelligence purposes.

Private companies and governments are constantly monitoring the world wide web to collect and correlate the information to use in analysis on the user’s behavior, but who manages these data, how does he do it, and which are the real finalities of monitoring activities?

Data acquired during the monitoring of the Internet often are personal information, even socially harmful, that may be available, intentionally or not, to anyone beyond the time limits dictated by the principle of finality of the data. Even if such data were deleted, they may still be accessible through storage mechanisms such as “cached”.

Surveillance and monitoring are activities of primary interest for many governments that in many cases trace political opponents with dramatic consequences that flow in fierce persecution.

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You Can’t Opt Out of Facebook’s New “Couples” Pages, But You Shouldn’t Care

You Can’t Opt Out of Facebook’s New “Couples” Pages, But You Shouldn’t Care | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

Last week, Facebook made another change to its social networking service: “Couples Pages,” which aggregate all of your online interactions with whomever you have designated as your significant other. If you’re “in a relationship,” “engaged,” or “married” to a specified online friend, you can go to facebook.com/us and bask in the virtual glory of all your shared photos, comments, and mutual friendships.

Like pretty much everything else that Facebook changes, this new reinforcement of the idea that “we are all connected” has been met with backlash. Says Emma Barnett of the Telegraph, “[I do not] wish to have a shared ‘couples’ Facebook profile with my other half on which you automatically curate our relationship.”

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Twitter, Facebook, YouTube : la bataille de Gaza se joue aussi sur internet

Twitter, Facebook, YouTube : la bataille de Gaza se joue aussi sur internet | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

L'armée israélienne et le Hamas utilisent les réseaux sociaux pour communiquer au sujet de l'opération en cours. "Tsahal a lancé une opération de grande envergure contre des sites et des responsables terroristes du #Hamas & du Jihad islamique dans la bande de #Gaza". Mercredi 14 novembre, l'armée israélienne a annoncé sur Twitter le début de son opération "Pilier de défense", alors même que ses premières frappes aériennes tombaient sur Gaza.Depuis, les deux camps utilisent internet pour communiquer, rassembler leurs soutiens, ou même pour s'interpeller. Francetv info s'est penché sur les différentes méthodes de communication en ligne utilisées pendant cette guerre.

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6 tools for managing your reputation online

6 tools for managing your reputation online | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
Monitoring what's said about you on the Internet seems a Herculean task. Here are some helpful platforms to keep tabs on the buzz—be it positive or negative.

 

Nowadays there's a lot of personal information available on the Web. Each of us has an "online persona" by which people judge us.Unfortunately, managing your online reputation is anything but an easy task.

 

There are many social media channels where people can spread baseless opinions about others, tag inappropriate photos, and otherwise mess with your reputation. If you're a blogger, your name stands for the quality and authenticity of your posts, apart from your personal and professional interest in having a clean and positive online reputation.

As Google says: "Your online identity is determined not only by what you post, but also by what others post about you—whether it is a mention in a blog post, a photo tag, or a reply to a public status update."

 

If you want to influence the way people see you online, it's important to understand that there are two basic techniques for managing your online reputation.


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Internet. Ils piratent des profils de gendarmes pour arnaquer des femmes

Internet. Ils piratent des profils de gendarmes pour arnaquer des femmes | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

Des photos piratées d’officiers français, dont un haut gradé breton, sont actuellement utilisées sur des réseaux sociaux et sites de rencontre sur internet par des escrocs basés en Afrique.

Sur ces sites, les « faux » gendarmes et policiers (avec de vraies photos) sont tous officiers et célibataires. Rassurant pour une femme qui cherche la stabilité…

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Anonymous Hackers may have hacked Former CIA Director

Anonymous Hackers may have hacked Former CIA Director | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

CIA Director was uncovered when a woman described as close to him received harassing emails and complained to authorities. A Yahoo email account belonging to former CIA Director David Petraeus may have been compromised by the group Anonymous.

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Online Reputation Management Survey 2012 (USA)

Online Reputation Management Survey 2012 (USA) | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

The McKremie Online Reputation Management Survey provides a good insight into the behaviors of consumers when it comes to reviews and the online reputation of companies they have done business with. At the end of the survey are "tips from the experts" about online reputation management.

The survey was conducted online between October 25, 2012 and November 6, 2012. The vast majority of people surveyed were consumers 18 years of age or older and most were from the USA.

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The one thing that will make tourists furious

The one thing that will make tourists furious | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

THERE'S one thing that will make hotel guests so mad they take to the internet to rant. Online reputation management company TrustYou tracked the top rants and raves from more than 200 review websites in 23 languages worldwide.

What they found were some pretty common themes. The number one gripe for hotel guests was unprofessional or incompetent service followed by small rooms.

 

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4 Ways to Give Thanks for Your Clients on Social

4 Ways to Give Thanks for Your Clients on Social | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

The holiday season is officially upon us. This is a time for good food, wine, friends, and family. It all starts on Thanksgiving Day when turkey and football take center stage. There will be plenty of gobble-inspired social memes to go around, which is all well and great for your personal social network. But what about taking the time to express your gratitude and appreciation to your clients not only on Thanksgiving but throughout the year? On social, it’s never too late to say thank you in creative and potentially results-driving ways. Here are four strategies for giving thanks and perhaps getting something to be thankful for in return.

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How Do Your Kids Navigate Social Networks?

How Do Your Kids Navigate Social Networks? | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

A recent report from the Joan Ganz Cooney Center, Kids Online: A new research agenda for understanding social networking forums, has identified that we don’t actually know enough about how pre-teens use online social networking. The researchers, Dr. Sarah Grime and Dr. Deborah Fields, have done a good job in helping us recognize that younger children are engaged in a range of different ways with online social networks, but that our knowledge and understanding of what that means and how it impacts on their lives is pretty much underdone. GeekDads, of course, will have thoughts about how and why our children are playing and engaging with technology and networks in the ways they do, but this doesn’t give the people who make the rules and set the policy agendas the big picture that they need.

 

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Les algorithmes de Facebook ou Google sont une autre forme de censure | Slate

Les algorithmes de Facebook ou Google sont une autre forme de censure | Slate | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

Derrière l'image présentée par la Silicon Valley, qui aime se voir comme un bastion des libertés hyper-tolérant, se cache une culture profondément conservatrice aux normes désuettes imposées à des milliards d'utilisateurs dans le monde, affirme Evgeny Morozov dans une tribune du New York Times.

Il argue dans cette tribune que les algorithmes qui déterminent automatiquement les limites de ce qui est acceptable culturellement sont les véhicules de ces normes. En guise d'exemple, on n'a qu'à se rappeler le New Yorker se faisant bloquer par Facebook à cause des règles du réseau sur «la nudité et le sexe», tout ça à cause d'un dessin d'Eve et d'Adam dans le jardin d'Eden, où on voyait les seins d'Eve. Le réseau a également régulièrement censuré des pages utilisant L'origine du monde, du peintre Courbet, ou empêché l'utilisation de mots comme «palestinien» dans la création de pages.

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Facebook post arrests: Need for educating law enforcers over misuse of IT Act, says Kapil Sibal

Facebook post arrests: Need for educating law enforcers over misuse of IT Act, says Kapil Sibal | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

New Delhi: Telecom and IT Minister Kapil Sibal today said he was "deeply saddened" by the arrest of two girls over their Facebook post questioning the shutdown in the city for Shiv Sena patriarch Bal Thackeray's funeral and said the IT Act should not be used to "throttle dissent".

He also stressed the need for educating enforcement authorities on the sections of the Information Technology Act to prevent "misuse" of the Act.

Complementary:  Woman hits 'like' on Facebook, gets arrested in India

The offending post against recently deceased leader Bal Thackeray resulted in two arrests, the latest in a string of crackdowns on Internet speech in the world's largest democracy
http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Asia-South-Central/2012/1119/Woman-hits-like-on-Facebook-gets-arrested-in-India

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Israeli government websites face barrage of cyber attacks

Israeli government websites face barrage of cyber attacks | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

Israeli government websites have been subjected to "unprecedented" numbers of cyber attacks since the start of the military offensive against the people of Gaza. Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz told his government's communications unit that around 44 million cyber attacks have been noted so far.

Well-informed Israeli sources have broken down the attacks as follows: 20 million targeted Israeli security websites; 10 million hit Israel's presidential sites; 7 million have focused on the Foreign Ministry; 3 million have hit the Prime Minister's website; and another 3 million attacks targeted the main "gov.il" government website.

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57% of Consumers Will Go to the Third Page to Look for Reviews

57% of Consumers Will Go to the Third Page to Look for Reviews | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

Earlier this week, the Online Reputation Management Survey by McKremie was released. The survey focused mostly on consumer behavior in regards to online reviews and how the consumers research companies online.

There are several noteworthy statistics including 87 percent of consumers will research a company online, and then 88 percent of those consumers will trust those reviews. Most people in the online marketing industry may find those numbers hard to swallow, especially since that 88 percent actually trust the reviews they are reading. Most marketers can easily spot fake reviews a mile away, but your average consumer may have a harder time.

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Is Facebook “broken on purpose” to sell promoted posts?

Is Facebook “broken on purpose” to sell promoted posts? | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

Traffic from fan pages drops as new option to pay for reach appears... In recent months, some Facebook page owners have noticed that their accounts are driving much less traffic to their websites than they used to. In some cases, Facebook clickthroughs are down by as much as half, despite a huge growth in likes. Even worse, some brands noticed that this drop in traffic coincided with a new Facebook feature called "promoted posts" through which brands can pay cold hard cash to push their content out to more news feeds than they would normally reach—and the brands are not happy about it.

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Death and Facebook: Blurring the Line Between Real and Virtual

Death and Facebook: Blurring the Line Between Real and Virtual | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
What should we do about a friend's Facebook page or other online accounts if he or she dies? As the dividing line between our online and offline lives continues to fade, more and more of what happens in the “real” world is also seeping into the online world—and that includes death. So how should we deal with it when our friends or loved ones die? I started thinking about this recently when I decided to live-tweet a friend’s funeral (something that many people felt was inappropriate), and it was reinforced for me when I saw the same friend’s face pop up in my Facebook (FB) chat list and even saw updates in my stream from his page. What is the appropriate response when this happens? Is it a sign of how creepy social networks can be in such situations, or is it just part of what living our lives online means now?
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La page Facebook officielle du ministère de l'éducation nationale

La page Facebook officielle du ministère de l'éducation nationale | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

Retrouvez sur la page "Éducation nationale" :

- les grandes étapes et les principaux axes de la refondation de l'École

- des informations pratiques concernant votre scolarité ou celle de vos enfants : inscriptions, examens (diplôme national du brevet, baccalauréat, CAP, BEP, etc.), demandes de bourses, orientation, élections des représentants de parents d’élèves, élections des représentants deslycéens, etc.

- des informations institutionnelles : Bulletin officiel, guides pratiques et brochures thématiques sur les métiers de l’éducation nationale, les concours de recrutement, la mobilité, etc.

- des exemples d’actions éducatives académiques, d'écoles, de collèges et de lycées

- l’actualité du ministre et de la ministre déléguée : déplacements, conférences de presse, communications en Conseil des ministres, etc.

Cette page est animée par le ministère de l'éducation nationale.

 

 

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Facebook : de plus en plus de publications devant les tribunaux

Facebook : de plus en plus de publications devant les tribunaux | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

Les juges le constatent depuis plusieurs années : il est de plus en plus fréquent que des photos ou des messages publiés sur Facebook soient désormais utilisés dans des procès. Un phénomène qui touche aussi bien les juridictions pénales que les tribunaux de grande instance ou les prud'hommes.

Insultes ou diffamations publiées sur un profil public, propos d'un salarié critiquant son employeur sur son mur, photos tendancieuses utilisées comme preuves dans une procédure de divorce ou au cours d'un litige portant sur la garde d'un enfant ... Les tribunaux doivent de plus en plus fréquemment juger des affaires en lien avec des fichiers ou des messages envoyés sur Facebook. Ce célèbre réseau social constitue en effet une mine d'informations qui peuvent parfois constituer des pièces essentielles au cours d'un procès.

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