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Facebook and Future Social Media Monetization | BlogFrog

Facebook and Future Social Media Monetization | BlogFrog | Social media + networking future | Scoop.it
Facebook and Future Social Media Monetization. by Keely Nolan on February 27, 2013 | 0 Comments |. Screen Shot 2013-02-26 at 1.38.03 PM Facebook has sat atop the throne of social media for quite some time now.
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Over moitization could drive away business / clients. Revenue based on advertizing penetration. Needs numbers in relation to number of adverts. Less ads means less money but more ads may drive users away meaning less money. 

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States Seek Ban to Employers' Social-Media Snooping | Electronic ...

States Seek Ban to Employers' Social-Media Snooping | Electronic ... | Social media + networking future | Scoop.it
Social media passwords. We don't require applicants to unlock their Facebook accounts and reveal their private communications, photo albums or calendars. No one here demands the potential employees unlock their Twitter or Google+ accounts to ...
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1. Seeks to improve privacy online.
2. Demonstrates the value of privacy and how easy poor privacy protection can violate that.
3. Protection of users by government.
4. Validates that online personas are still accountable in the real world, what is online is taken as fact without context. 

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Future of Social Network: Social media security

Future of Social Network: Social media security | Social media + networking future | Scoop.it
In the past week, Burger King and Jeep had their Twitter accounts hacked. It looked pretty silly to lose control over their official Twitter handle. Seeing some prankster's tweets on their timeline gave us something to talk about.
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1. Your access to your social media presences (knowledge of verification process) verifies who you are online.
2. You are personable and identifiable online.

3. Working towards accountability of online actions.  

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