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Your Digital Footprint
Your Digital Footprint
Your Digital Footprint
Your Digital Footprint
Your Digital Footprint
Your Digital Footprint
Your Digital Footprint
Your Digital Footprint
Your Digital Footprint
Your Digital Footprint
Your Digital Footprint
Your Digital Footprint
Your Digital Footprint
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Your Digital Footprint

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All about your online footprints!

All about your online footprints!

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  • Your online life; as permanent as a tattoo.
  • Your digital footprint is everything on the internet that is about you.
  • You are being monitored
  • Every time we >Sign up for one of those online services, >Click a ‘Like' button, >Are tagged in a photo, >Comment on our social media of choice..
  • We leave behind a trail of digital breadcrumbs that can lead back to us
  • The internet knows a lot about us!You can trace what it knows in asimple way.1. Google “Your Name” in speech marks, and turn the time range button to the ‘last year’.You will see everything a future employer etc will see about you.
  • In this day and age there is the possibilitythat the things we share or experience will follow us relentlessly throughout our wholelives, which can cause possible implications on the jobs or financial servicesopen to us in years to come.
  • We need to understand how to control the information about us that people are able to see.
  • To limit how much search engines can see your content you need to keep a regular eye on each account's privacy settings.
  • Facebook:>You should click on Privacy Settings. >Under ‘Who can see my stuff? Make sure that the setting is Friends rather than Public. >In the left hand navigation pane you'll also see an option for Timeline & Tagging. >Click on this then repeat the process for ‘Who can see things on my timeline?’
  • Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn all have similar options.Visit them and check that they are also not on the ‘public’ settings. It’s a good way to ensure that the risque remark made after a few drinks and a bad day doesn't become something that follows you around.
  • You can of course deleteyourFacebook,Twitter, and LinkedInaccounts, but anyone determinedenough can probably trace your profile.
  • Watch where you step
  • Credits for images
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    • 1. Your Digital Footprint.. Your online life; as permanent as a tattoo.
    • 2. What is your ‘Digital Footprint’? • Your digital footprint is everything on the internet that is about you. • This could be Any Social Media Accounts, Any blogs you’ve written, Photographs you are in, etc.
    • 3. You are being monitored..
    • 4. Every time we >Sign up for one of those online services, >Click a ‘Like' button, >Are tagged in a photo, >Comment on our social media of choice..
    • 5. The internet knows a lot about us! You can trace what it knows in a simple way. 1. Google “Your Name” in speech marks, and turn the time range button to the ‘last year’. You will see everything a future employer etc will see about you.
    • 6. In this day and age there is the possibility that the things we share or experience will follow us relentlessly throughout our whole lives, which can cause possible implications on the jobs or financial services open to us in years to come.
    • 7. We need to understand how to control the information about us that people are able to see.
    • 8. Facebook: >You should click on Privacy Settings. >Under ‘Who can see my stuff? Make sure that the setting is Friends rather than Public. >In the left hand navigation pane you'll also see an option for Timeline & Tagging. >Click on this then repeat the process for ‘Who can see things on my timeline?’
    • 9. Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn all have similar options. Visit them and check that they are also not on the ‘public’ settings. It’s a good way to ensure that the risque remark made after a few drinks and a bad day doesn't become something that follows you around.
    • 10. Now... Watch where you step!
    • 11. Your Digital Footprint.. Credits for images: ZiiRii Bellbulldogreaders, Daniel_iversen, Cokolads, Carolrivello, Danny VB, Google, Marmalade2008, Facebook. 2013

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