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Presentation for UW-Madison Center for Dairy Profitability's annual Heart of the Farm Conference.

Presentation for UW-Madison Center for Dairy Profitability's annual Heart of the Farm Conference.

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  • Frank Groeneveld, Barry Borsboom and Boy van Amstel.  They are the creators of PleaseRobMe.com, a website that uses Twitter's search functionality to show location-based messages. Their goal is to raise awareness about the potential risks of location-awareness and over-sharing.  The opinions here are theirs only and do not necessarily represent those of CDT.
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  • Twitter was founded in March 2006 by Jack Dorsey, Biz Stone, and Evan William. Twitter – 23 million unique visitors per day; 3 million tweets per day
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    • 1. Social MediaPrivacy Protection March 1, 2012 Annual Heart of the Farm Women’s Conference laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    • 2. What the heck do I know? laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
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    • 4. Today1. Social media intro2. Privacy nightmares3. Protecting your privacy4. Q & A laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    • 5. Social media introBasically, they are web sites where, forfree, we can connect and interact withother people.What makes social mediadifferent is that it is morethan two-waycommunication. laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    • 6. People, like us, want to be engaged.We want to interact.We want to connect.We want to feel partof organizations wesupport and feel thatrelationship. laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    • 7. We need to take the necessary steps toprotect our families and our careers byprotecting our privacy on any social mediasites we belong. laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    • 8. Privacy nightmares laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
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    • 14. But none of that couldhappen to us . . . right? Let’s find out. laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    • 15. Protecting Your Privacy laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    • 16. Know what you are sharing and with whom. laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
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    • 29. What is Twitter? twtr was founded in March 2006 by Jack Dorsey, Biz Stone, and Evan Williams laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    • 30. First thing we’re going to do withour new account is go to Settings. laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    • 31. Make sure all of our info is complete and scroll to the bottom. laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    • 32. This is where we can control if our tweets are public or private. Also, notice this is where the laurie boettcher ‘Deactivate myLaurie Boettcher 2012 is located. © Copyright account’ speaks!
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    • 35. Advice1. Educate yourself first2. Keep your privacy settings up-to-date3. Remain in control of your accounts4. Do not allow location reveal5. Open dialogue6. Add value – Bambi7. Don’t waste away at your computer laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    • 36. Questions? laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!