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10 Must Have Privacy Settings For Facebook

by Barbara J. Feldman December 13, 2009

One of the beautiful things about Facebook is that it offers a level of privacy that many of the other social networking sites do not. However, you have to go to your privacy settings and adjust them to fit your desired level of privacy. The following is a look at ten must have privacy settings […]

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Facebook, Your Employer, and Old Photos

by Barbara J. Feldman May 11, 2009

Baby boomers, generation X, and the Millennials are all joining social networks like Facebook to reconnect with old friends, network, meet new people, and stay connected to their current friends. However, the generation gap has caused friction regarding what pictures are fair game to post on the network. Baby boomers assume that all of the […]

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Protecting Your Privacy on Social Networks

by Barbara J. Feldman May 11, 2009

Social networks have become one of the principle modes of communication for the millennial youth. However, at the same time, older generations are signing on in order to catch up with old friends and to meet new people. Some do it just to keep track of their kids. No matter what the purpose is for […]

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Steps for Hiding Friends on MySpace

by Barbara J. Feldman May 4, 2009

Social networking has become one of the most popular ways for teens, college students, and even parents to find old and new friends. And while most that use social networking sites like Facebook or MySpace are innocent and obey the rules of engagement, there are some users that abuse the system and are a danger […]

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The Dangers of MySpace

by Barbara J. Feldman May 3, 2009

MySpace has over seventy million users around the world. It is safe to say that MySpace is among the most used social networking web sites out there and it continues to grow. MySpace was originally a place for college students to communicate and keep in contact with one another. It is much more than that […]

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Keeping Kids Safe on MySpace

by Barbara J. Feldman May 2, 2009

MySpace is the web’s largest social networking site in the world. There are over seventy million users; teens, college students, and even seniors. It began as an innocent way for people to connect and stay connected. Today however it is becoming a much more dangerous place for children and young adults. Keeping your kids safe […]

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