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Expert Tips: Privacy on Social Media

Social media have taken over the Internet. People spend ever more time on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and others – but many forget (or are not concerned at all) about their privacy. 583 more words

Cyberawareness

Engineering Privacy: Poses More Questions Than Answers

By Marilia Wyatt Boyd

There is another proposed solution in the debate to protect users’ privacy.  Privacy by Design provides seven principles created by former Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario, Dr. 771 more words

Privacy Policy

Privacy Agreement

1. You agree that by reading and posting to this Blog that:
You are over the age of 13 years.
All opinions expressed by users are only in their individual capacity and not as a representative of Tahoeresales. 15 more words

Ask The Right Questions: How To Read A Privacy Policy

One important way to protect privacy is to learn in greater detail how a business will utilize your personal information before you provide it.

Personal information may include: your name, home address, home phone number,  email address, your Social Security number, driver’s license number, financial information, such as credit card numbers, bank account numbers, and household income, your medical information, such as your health insurance plan, diseases or physical conditions, and prescription drugs used, your education and work experience, and other details of your personal life, such as your date of birth, the names and ages of your spouse or children, and your hobbies. 820 more words

Privacy Policy

Editorial: Moving Past the Illusion of Data Democracy

By Mark MacCarthy

 Individuals can no longer be their own privacy enforcers.

Choice permeates nearly every facet of American life. We celebrate our freedom to voice a preference with every election and every episode of American Idol. 725 more words

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Pictures posted on this blog, twitter, instagram, facebook page were all taken using my mobile phone, otherwise credit/s to the owner/s are acknowledged on the photos. 56 more words

Adventure

Protect Your Student Data: Rutgers is a Prime Target for Cyber-Attacks

By Marilia Wyatt Boyd

Rutgers is a Prime Target for Cyber-Attacks yet Sakai/ E-college (Pearson) the University’s  Educational Platforms Rely on Third-Party Permission to Delete Students’ Course Data. 328 more words

Student Privacy