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The Unseen Consequencesof Airing Your Dirty Laundry on Facebook Image By Itsgettinghotinhere.org
Originally, Facebook was a university exclusive site to meet other students (preferably single) Image by Zoetnet
Image by techreviews.net Posting personal information was a must-have if you wanted to meet other students
But before long, the demographics shifted and the site expanded, and with it the need for a new type of socialcensorship Image by Visualphotos.com
What you put on Facebook, can be used againstyou in multiple ways Image By clipdealer.com
With a market of over 500 million active users in 7 years,Facebook became a #1 site for advertisers Image by poochykeen.com
Ever wonder how the advertisements for yourFacebook page are chosen? Image by boredpanda.com
These advertisements aren’t random Image by Dark Matter
Advertisers are getting their information from YOU Image by Getmilkshaked.tumblr.com
How are they getting it? Image by HipsterMelbourne
“Facebook used profile information (age, gender, location, interests, etc) to deliver individualized ads to users’ screens.” –Martin, Fabos and Campbell, 2010
Your information is beingboughtand soldback to you through advertisements Image by dooq
Bottom line, your personal information is not personal… if it has a price.
With over 60 million status updates occurring on Facebook daily, it’s not hard to see why advertisers would exchange in market profiling –Statistics Facebook Image By digitallyfashionate.tumblr.com
Advertisers aren’t the only people researching your Facebook Image By Imeismei.tumblr.com
80% of companies use social media for recruitment—Socialnomics.com Image By Annettepotterevents.com
Whether you are being scouted for a job, or applying for one, an employer is checking up on you via your Facebook activity. Image by Aleksandra Kojic
Statuses, photos, comments and tags are never permanently deleted. They are Facebook property forever. Image By farm4.static.flickr.com
This means the inebriated participation on Facebook by any of its 250 million active mobile users is permanent.
70%of U.S recruiters report they have rejected candidates due to photos and information found online–Jeffrey Rosen, New York Times Image by Blog.pricelesswriters
53% of employers said a candidate was not hired Image by demotivation.us due to content posted containing inappropriate photos and information- The Blog Herald
Image by runningwithlions.tumblr.com 44% said photos of drinking or using drugs hindered the candidate
Everybody say, “You’re never getting promoted!” Image by fckedupbtches.tumblr.com
It’s easy for people to overlook things on Facebook that can get them in trouble”- Joseph Donzelli, TechNewsDaily Image By darkdelaqroux.devianart.com
Social medias like Facebook negate time and space.
A person no longer needs to be within proximity to sustain a relationship Image By girlsatmidnight.tumblr.com
Bob Rosenwein of Lehigh University has found that people communicating online Image by thetrainofthoughts.tumblr.com Often fall for each other in about a week.
Thanks to social medias like Facebook, “ a partner can easily carry on an affair in the same house, even in the same room.” — Jennifer Ludden, Can Social Media Break Up a Marriage Image By Londondrizzy.tumblr.com
1 out of every 5 divorces cite Facebook as the cause for the break-up--Cid Carver Image By Emilieflatner.blogg.no
We are living in a world where the Internet records everything and forgets nothing. Image By Beautyinphotography.tumblr.com
The answer isn’t simply to refrain from using the Internet, Image by Psfk.com
But to be smart about how you use it. Image By Etsy.com
Think before you Post. Image by dealersocialmedia.files.com
We don’t have a choice on whether we DO social media, the question is how well we DO it.”—Erik Qualman Image by sethskim.com
Are you DOing it right? Image by u6ikux.blogspot
Credits All images are licensed under the Creative Common Non-Commercial Share-Alike 3.0 Agreement, as well as sourced from Flickr, Tumblr and socialnomics.com By: Shelby Newton