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  • 06/01/10 05:12 © 2007 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.
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The Social Media Privacy Flap Presentation Transcript

  • 1. THE SOCIAL MEDIA PRIVACY FLAP (FLOP?) JUNE 2010 Image Credit: girlswithoutshoes.wordpress.com
  • 2. Privacy is an ever-nagging issue online:
    • Many aggregators allow individuals or companies to edit, add or remove listings for a fee.
    • Reverse cell phone directories are now available.
    • Other information readily available (either free or for purchase) includes:
      • Court Records, Driving Records, Criminal Records.
      • Resident history, household members, relatives, and neighbors.
      • Public Records, such as bankruptcies, liens, judgments, and property records.
  • 3. People searching for info on other people continually…
    • 4 of the Top 10 search terms in the category of IT and Internet searches were related to finding info on people:
    • Source: clickz.com
  • 4. While people are also searching for privacy solutions daily…
    • For the word “privacy,” Google provides close to a billion & a half results: (as of 5/29/10)
  • 5. People searching for privacy solutions every day…
    • Other common searches reflect related online privacy concerns:
  • 6. Privacy obsession affects us subconsciously…
    • PRVCY (Privacy?) even now a new name in designer jeans!
  • 7. Specialized search engines help anyone to data-mine:
  • 8. Privacy: ever-an-issue
    • http://www.dirtyphonebook.com/
  • 9. For better or worse,
    • Taggable.com : Allows users to Tag Facebook friends anywhere on the Web.
  • 10. a wise move…
    • Make a pre-emptive strike; create your own positive buzz before disaster strikes.
    • Proactively build & maintain your own “social proof” online.
    • Check resources for “Do It Yourself” ORM (online reputation management)
      • “Dilution is the solution to the problem”
      • 34 Online Reputation Management Tools
  • 11. Reasons for Quitting Facebook
    • Source: Mashable
  • 12. MANAGE your Facebook
    • Go to Facebook’s Social Plugins & Instant Personalization page:
  • 13. Reasons for Quitting Facebook
    • Openbook “finks” on whoever doesn’t guard their privacy settings...
      • Boasts 5,280 searches per hour of people looking for dirt. (5/29/10)
      • Read more & weep:
      • Top 11 OpenBook Facebook Searches
  • 14. Attitudes Toward Facebook?
    • In 2009, the term “unfriend*” was chosen as the Oxford Word of the Year.
      • * Defined as the action of removing someone as a 'friend' on a social networking site such as Facebook.
    • Source: Pew Report
  • 15. Facebook Alternatives cropping up
    • whsper.com
    • diaspora
  • 16. Online Special Interest Communities enter the fray…
    • Examples
    • Govloop.com a Facebook-like application for government workers
    • Ning.com
    • social platform for thousands of networking site for various special interests including music, sports, causes, art, etc.
    • ActiveRain.com
    • networking site for real estate professionals
  • 17. User shift to Geo-specific Sites
    • Foursquare – appeals to ego & game players (point-gathering, collecting badges & becoming “Mayor”), and connecting with locals.
    • Gowalla - another
    • location-based social networking game
  • 18. Ideas, thoughts? Please share your feedback… ann h. shea write me @: [email_address] follow me on twitter @: http://twitter.com/AnnieintheSun