Corruption On Social Web

  • Why is there no minimum cyber security regulation?

    … at a very high cost. And yet once we achieved it, our customers felt more secure — and it even turned into a marketing advantage. There are now ISO standards for cybersecurity, but there’s a big difference. In the manufacturing world, you maintained quality by minimizing change and production fluctuations. The internet is unpredictable and changing…

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  • How to keep yourself safe from social engineering attacks

    … By Kiki Schirr, {grow} Contributing Columnist Your Facebook “About” page says where you were born. LinkedIn states where you work. Your Twitter profile reveals your collegiate team. And that old OKCupid profile you forgot to delete–well, you were a little too open, perhaps. There’s likely a ton of data about you online, especially if you’re…

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  • The Internet we need to save

    … the days when I could write something on my own blog, publish on my own domain, without taking an equal time to promote it on numerous social networks; when nobody cared about likes and reshares, and best time to post. That’s the web I remember … That’s the web we have to save. How has the Internet changed in ways that help us or hurt us…

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  • The lost blogging monarchy, the defeat of links, and the war on social media

    I would like for you to dream for a moment. What would be like if you went into cave in 2008 and walked back into the daylight six years later? You rub your eyes and look around at your surroundings. So much has changed. Everything feels unfamiliar and new: new buildings, new cars, new technology everywhere you look.

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