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Three Things You Need to Know About Facebook Privacy

December 16, 2013 by Maggie McGary

Facebook Privacy

If you’ve read this blog for a while, you know I used to be kind of obsessed with Facebook’s privacy fails. Then, I really just stopped caring. Or, rather, I gave up any illusion that anything I or anyone else posts or does on Facebook is private.[read more]

Will Facebook Hashtags Affect Your Privacy?

June 13, 2013 by Megan McCook

Facebook Hashtags and Privacy Concerns

Twitter, Instagram, Google+ now Facebook. #Finally. But before you start hashtagging in your next Facebook post, what about your privacy? Here are a few questions that Facebook hashtags have brought to mind:[read more]

6 Considerations Before Engaging in Psychographic Targeting

November 8, 2012 by Jim Tobin

'Mike,’ who earns more than $75k a year, likes keeping fit, is technologically savvy and has a fetish for 18th-century collectible clocks is targetable for your marketing campaign. How should you use this information best?[read more]

Real-time Online Snooping, Soon To Be Legal.

April 3, 2012 by Matthew Harris

Photo: Jonathan Mcintosh/Flickr

If you're in the UK, when, where and who you tweeted, facebooked, messaged, rang, checked in, photographed, skyped, may soon be stored and analysed in real-time by a body that most people don't trust - The Government.[read more]

Take This Lollipop Facebook App – Creepy Way to Visualize Your Privacy

October 31, 2011 by Lewis Bertolucci

"Just in time for the Halloween, TakeThisLolliop, leverages the power of Facebook personalization, much like Intel’s Museum of Me, to create quite the creepy visual experience that showcases the importance of the information you share on social networks."[read more]

Facebook Will Be Sending You Less E-mail

September 21, 2011 by Tammy Kahn Fennell

Facebook sent out an email today entitled "Facebook will be sending you less email - learn why. We're trying out a new feature to reduce the amount of email you receive from Facebook. Starting today, we are turning off most individual email notifications and instead, we'll send you a summary only if there are popular stories you may have missed..."[read more]

Spot the difference – social media and Soho phoneboxes

January 18, 2011 by Chris Measures

Image via Wikipedia Would you write down and leave your personal details in a public place where you knew they could easily be found? Excepting prostitutes putting their calling cards in phone boxes the answer for most of us would be a resounding no. But in the online world we simply don’t apply the same levels of care. People...[read more]

10 Tips for Managing The New Facebook Groups

October 11, 2010 by Jason Markow

Facebook Groups is quite simply: Facebook The Way It Should Be. Last Wednesday Facebook introduced a revamped version of their "groups" feature.  If you are 100% new to groups take a look at the crazy short video below (it's only 2 minutes!). After that, and to really get you rolling in style we created a list of the top 10 tips to...[read more]


Privacy and Facebook – what are you broadcasting to who?

August 23, 2010 by Keredy Stott

Those words have been uttered and once again ‘internet privacy’ is being debated across the media. It can be a bit boring for those who use social sites every day for their jobs, like myself with a role within an integrated PR, search and social media agency. However, because there was such a commotion last week, in the UK at least,...[read more]

Facebook About to Drop a Bomb on Foursquare?

March 26, 2010 by Joel Postman

Changes announced today to Facebook's privacy agreement suggest the company is about to flip the switch and add location-based capabilities to the social network. Some think this might mean the end for standalone location-based services like Foursquare and Brightkite. I don't think so. “Experts” have recently...[read more]

5 Crucial Facebook Privacy Settings

May 12, 2009 by Christine Gallagher

I have been hearing more concerns lately from small business owners new to Facebook about privacy and confusion over what's visible to others. They are often unsure how to balance being found for business purposes with their own comfort levels regarding privacy.  (Facebook Fan Pages offer a great solution to this—but that is...[read more]

Best Practices for Facebook Fan Pages: User Types

September 25, 2008 by Collin Douma

Welcome to the first of radical trust's series on “Best Practices for Facebook Fan Pages”. Every Facebook Page is a unique experience where users can become more deeply connected with your business or brand as they would a friend or family member. This first of several posts will deal with understanding the Facebook fan page...[read more]