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How to Protect Students While Integrating Social Media in Classroom Instruction and Assignments

How to Protect Students While Integrating Social Media in Classroom Instruction and Assignments | Personal Branding and Professional networks | Scoop.it
Considérations clés lors de l'introduction des applications de médias sociaux, pour aider à assurer la confidentialité de l'étudiant et de la technologie de sécurité continue à rouler en avant à sa coutumier

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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Infographic: 13% of social media users are identity theft victims

Infographic: 13% of social media users are identity theft victims | Personal Branding and Professional networks | Scoop.it

The tension between the monetization of social networks and people’s desire for privacy is something that doesn’t show any signs of resolving. The most valuable thing that social networks have is your information, and this infographic does a good job of vetting out where your information is and how vulnerable we all are because of it.


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UnkleFrank's curator insight, September 24, 2013 11:38 AM

Identity theft!

Randy Hilarski's curator insight, September 24, 2013 1:59 PM

Be careful what you post on social media. Public means public people!

Iron Dane Richards's comment, September 26, 2013 10:12 AM
Its a shame that we have so much internet identity theft in this digital age. One solution I highly recommend to many of our clients is the use of prepaid debit cards in order to minimize potential loss with like a Walmart, Netspend or Bancorp Prepaid Visa or Mastercard for online purchases and link that even further through a paypal debit card. Our website has links to business cards also http://ironsolutionsgroup.com/business-credit-cards/
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If you use apps, you may want to read this

If you use apps, you may want to read this | Personal Branding and Professional networks | Scoop.it
Moscow: Many smartphone app developers are not using encrypted protocols to secure the apps they create, leaving users vulnerable to being hacked when they connect to public Wi-Fi networks, researchers say.

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John Pearce's curator insight, July 24, 2013 1:22 AM

Some interesting and important considerations for those who are using apps.

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Creepy Infographic Maps The Relationships Of Every Twitter Employee

Creepy Infographic Maps The Relationships Of Every Twitter Employee | Personal Branding and Professional networks | Scoop.it
The project may feel like a creepfest--and to some extent, maybe it is.

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Ken Morrison's curator insight, March 12, 2013 8:19 AM

Half Creepy.  Half Cool!   As long as it is other peaople's company.  Very interesting look at how Twitter employees' social graphs are conected.

Mike Ellsworth's curator insight, March 12, 2013 10:42 AM

Not only can third parties tell a lot about your personality, sexuality, and politics by examinging Facebook Likes (see Researchers predict IQ, age, and more using only Facebook Likes http://sco.lt/522wPh), mapping your Twitter interactions can tell a lot about your social interactions as well.

 

When localized to the employees of a corporation, as a researcher did with Twitter, you can learn a tremendous amount of information about how the company works and what it's working on.

 

As former Sun CEO Scott McNealy once said, "You have zero privacy anyway. Get over it."

Mike Ellsworth's comment, March 12, 2013 11:10 AM
Thanks for the reScoop, Philippe!
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Infographic: Everything you need to know about privacy on Facebook

Infographic:  Everything you need to know about privacy on Facebook | Personal Branding and Professional networks | Scoop.it

As more people sign up for Facebook, it’s important to note that the site largely places privacy control in the user’s hands. The default setting for privacy is public, and many people don’t change it. So what steps can you take to manage your Facebook privacy like an expert?


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Bart van Maanen's curator insight, December 13, 2013 8:04 AM

Gebruik deze infografiek als checklijstje van je privacy instellingen bij Facebook.  

Louise Robinson-Lay's curator insight, December 13, 2013 3:26 PM

Some valuable tips on maintaining your privacy on Facebook. It is important to know who is watching you.

Maria Richards's curator insight, March 15, 6:46 PM

Privacy is in YOUR hands!!!

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9 Tips For Keeping Your Internet Use Private

9 Tips For Keeping Your Internet Use Private | Personal Branding and Professional networks | Scoop.it

Many people are concerned about online privacy. And, conversely, many more are not, freely sharing any and everything on their favorite social networks, paying little attention to their mobile app settings, and happily letting Google track each keyword that they search.

It’s easy to get paranoid about all this stuff, but it does pay to be a little careful when using the internet, particularly when it comes to your personal safety. And while Twitter holds pride of place as one of the safest social networks, by taking the time to educate yourself on the security and privacy settings within your profile, being mindful of which third-party apps you allow access to your account and ensuring that you aren’t making it easy for burglars by constantly telling the world when you’re not at home, you can rest assured that you’re doing everything you can to keep your presence safe on Twitter.

 

This infographic proposes 9 tips for keeping your internet usage private.


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Ouida Sparkman's curator insight, August 17, 2013 6:36 PM

Sharing some useful information from the free corner

gregmhagar's curator insight, August 19, 2013 9:03 AM

9 Tips for Keeping Internet Use Private.

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NSA helped build Android source code

NSA helped build Android source code | Personal Branding and Professional networks | Scoop.it

Google’s Android might be about to suffer behind the bamboo curtain after it was revealed US spooks at the NSA gave the company a hand with the code.

 

According to Quartz, the source code that Google used was contributed by the secretive National Security Agency. This means that each phone could come with its own special link to US espionage, and might explain why China is still not that happy with Google.

 

So while the US is busy banning Chinese phone companies because they might have links with Chinese intelligence, it appears that Google really does have NSA code under its bonnet.

 

An NSA researcher told Bloomberg Businessweek that Security Enhancements for Android is one of several projects the US spy agency contributes to open-source operating platforms.



Read more: http://news.techeye.net/mobile/nsa-helped-build-android-source-code#ixzz2Ynptuaud


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Gust MEES's curator insight, July 12, 2013 12:38 AM

 

Google’s Android might be about to suffer behind the bamboo curtain after it was revealed US spooks at the NSA gave the company a hand with the code.

 

According to Quartz, the source code that Google used was contributed by the secretive National Security Agency. This means that each phone could come with its own special link to US espionage, and might explain why China is still not that happy with Google.

 

So while the US is busy banning Chinese phone companies because they might have links with Chinese intelligence, it appears that Google really does have NSA code under its bonnet.

 

An NSA researcher told Bloomberg Businessweek that Security Enhancements for Android is one of several projects the US spy agency contributes to open-source operating platforms.



Read more: http://news.techeye.net/mobile/nsa-helped-build-android-source-code#ixzz2Ynptuaud

 

Learn more:

 

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/securite-pc-et-internet/?tag=Privacy

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=NSA

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/securite-pc-et-internet?tag=Infographic