4 years ago I founded a small social media constancy. The idea was to manage the coming deluge of social media for businesses. Turned out to be a pretty good idea. At first many businesses didn’t believe that social media was going to be as important as it has become. What seemed completely obvious to [...]
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If you’re doing anything sketchy (which of course you wouldn’t) think twice before you do it on Facebook. (From Mashable) “Facebook and other social platforms are watching users’ chats for criminal activity and notifying police if any suspicious behavior is detected, according to a report. The screening process begins with scanning software that monitors chats [...]
Do you? Many people do. The settings they set on Facebook, and the search algorithms in Google and other places serve to create intelectual ecosystems online which reinforce our preconcieved notions. Liberals get liberal news. Conservatives get conservative news. Its a loop which reinforces itself until we have drinks at Thanksgiving. Then ideas are “shared.” [...]
This from TechCrunch.com confirms what I’ve been hearing from others: “Now, Facebook makes no apologies for working to create a safe and clean environment on its corner of the web by shutting down abusive or harassing behavior, content such as pornography, or generally spamming of the system. This particular method policing “inappropriate” comments may be [...]
Posted by Senior Director, Juliette Terzieff: Google has joined Twitter as the latest major Internet player to limit content as needed on a country-by-country basis as a means to answer varied restrictions that could prevent the provision of services. Twitter announced earlier this year it would be censoring tweets by country—meaning that if a tweet [...]