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How To Untag Yourself on Facebook

by Barbara J. Feldman July 28, 2010

Sooner or later it’s bound to happen. One of your Facebook friends thinks that photo of you is just so hilarious. They’ve uploaded it and tagged you. And now it’s there for all your friends to see. You, however, don’t think the photo is all that great. In fact, you hate the photo and wish […]

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Federal Privacy Guidelines for Social Networking Sites?

by Barbara J. Feldman May 12, 2010

The use of Facebook’s new social plugins and its Open Graph initiative grew from an initial base of seventy-five partner sites, to use on over 50,000 websites in just one week. The ability for users to declare that they “Like” a site and tell all their Facebook friends about it, has not only been a […]

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Friending Someone on Facebook Without Showing Them Your Status

by Barbara J. Feldman December 29, 2009

Facebook is a great tool for reconnecting with old friends and making connections with co-workers and new friends outside of work. Sometimes, however, you might use Facebook to vent about your boss, express your opinions on controversial issues of the day or to dish on the latest family gossip, none of which you want known […]

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How to Friend Someone on Facebook Without Showing Your Status

by Barbara J. Feldman December 27, 2009

When you befriend someone on Facebook they become privy to your status updates and profile information unless you change your privacy settings or their list status. You might also share other information you consider personal or, at the very least, outside of work. So, how do you balance adding your boss when they send a […]

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