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Protecting Your Kids From Social Mapping

by Barbara J. Feldman April 24, 2010

“Location, location, location,” is the saying normally quoted by real estate professionals or anyone referring to how important location is with regards to property or real estate. However, it turns out that location is much more important to many people than you’d think, especially in the digital age. Social mapping is one way in which […]

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Understanding Social Mapping

by Barbara J. Feldman April 24, 2010

Social mapping is fairly common these days. It’s something you should be paying more attention to as social mapping is complex and there’s a lot you need to know to fully understand what it is and how it affects you. Here are some things you can do to better understand social mapping and how it […]

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Keeping Your Kids Safe From Social Mapping

by Barbara J. Feldman April 20, 2010

Children play an important role in our society and within their families so protecting them and keeping them safe should be priority one for parents. This is more difficult today than it used to be only a few decades ago because we’re living in a fast-paced, digital world. This is especially true when it comes […]

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Being Smart About Social Mapping

by Barbara J. Feldman April 14, 2010

Social mapping is either affecting you right now or will be sometime in the near future. While you may not understand what it is or how it affects you, you’ll learn more about it as it becomes better known. Social mapping refers to the concept of building a digital fingerprint and profile of you in […]

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High School Cybercrimes

by Barbara J. Feldman February 23, 2009

As you may have guessed, cybercrimes are much more prevalent for older children. High school aged kids are more involved in Internet social networks and are less supervised by their parents, these two factors alone open up the possibility for cybercrimes. In a study done by the Rochester Institute of Technology, it was found that […]

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How this MySpace Hoax Affected Safety Policies and Law in Social Networking

by Barbara J. Feldman July 23, 2008

Social networking is a term used to describe a recent trend in websites which has also been referred to as an online community. There are many things users can do at these online communities like post journals, find friends and family, and generate relationships with people all over the world with others who use the […]

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