Threats

  • Whose Data Is It Anyway?

    …, and it can tie it all together because you log in with your Gmail ID. The company can then cross-reference that behavior to your activity online and likely even predict where you are headed next. There’s nothing wrong with that. Most Americans are fine with this arrangement. If not, we can opt out. So why isn’t the ACLU going after Google? Because…

    AllFacebookin Google Facebook Twitter- 10 readers -
  • Harassment Continues on Social Networks (Infographic)

    … Despite constant efforts by social networks to protect their users, a new survey by Craig Newmark found that harassment still runs rampant. Newmark—founder of craigslist, craigconnects, Rad Campaign and Lincoln Park Strategies—found that 22 percent of social network users were victims of bullying, harassment and threatening behavior in 2016…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 15 readers -
  • Candid Anonymous Messaging App Launches on Mobile

    … there, the app suggests appropriate groups for users to join, based on their interests. Users can also give the app access to their locations to receive group suggestions based on their locations. As users browse content in each group, they can share likes, dislikes and anonymous comments on individual posts. Posts may contain things like photos…

    AllFacebookin Facebook Twitter- 25 readers -
  • Is Social Media Safe for Women?

    … someone made unwanted sexual comments to them. 8 percent have received physical threats, such as, “You deserve to die.” 66 percent of women who have been bullied online said the attacker was a stranger. 52 percent said they were trolled by someone they knew. 49 percent were bullied by other women. 10 percent admitted to criticizing friends online. 19…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social- 14 readers -
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