A digital footprint is the “trail of data that is left behind by users on digital services” (wiki). This can range from web searches, to pictures, documents, and social media posts. 279 more words
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In this wired (wireless?) age, every educator can and should have their own personalized professional development plan. The sources of information you turn to–whether a colleague down the hall, or a colleague half a world away that you only meet up with online, or a library full of resources, or any online resources you rely upon–make up what might best be termed your personal learning environment (PLE.) 259 more words
Good explanation for the layman on how google implemented the “right to be forgotten”.
What is Google deleting under the ‘right to be forgotten’ – and why? 7 more words
I saw this story on the BBC News and thought you should see it:
Why has Google cast me into oblivion?
Google is removing from European searches an article I wrote during the financial crisis about the departure of an investment bank’s then boss, Stan O’Neal. 24 more words