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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.
  • In the end, it seems as though Facebook is only as private and secure as you make it. Users can set their privacy settings so that no one can find them – not even Mom and Dad. Problems arise when users aren’t aware of these settings and what information about them is available to the public. By taking a few minutes to reexamine your privacy settings, Facebook should be a better site for you to use. At least until you get poked again. Or get that invitation to join Farmville again. Or get that friend request from your boss again…
  • 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
  • Eau Claire County Privacy

    1. 1. Social Media Privacy: Personal and Professional January 16, 2012 laurie boettcher© Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
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    3. 3. What the heck do I know? laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    4. 4. Now that you know aboutme… laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    5. 5. Today1. Social media intro2. Privacy nightmares3. Protecting your privacy on Facebook and Twitter4. Q & A laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    6. 6. 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!
    7. 7. Everybody here is in marketing, whether wewant to be or not.Social media affects everybody here insome way. laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    8. 8. People looking online for Eau Claire Countydon’t care about hierarchy.If they find one of us on Twitter, Facebook,or leave a comment on our blog, they’relooking for a response from anyone whocan help, regardless of what departmentthat person is in or what someone’s officialjob title is.Who can’t relate to this? laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    9. 9. How does this affect us then?Simple. We need to take the necessarysteps to protect our families and our jobs byprotecting our privacy on any social mediasites we belong. laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    10. 10. Privacy nightmares laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
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    16. 16. But none of that couldhappen to us . . . right? Let’s find out. laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    17. 17. 850 million users, over 50% active usersAverage user connected to 80 Pages laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    18. 18. Know what you are sharing and with whom. laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
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    30. 30. Questions about Facebookprivacy laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    31. 31. What is Twitter? twtr was founded in March 2006 by Jack Dorsey, Biz Stone, and Evan Williams laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    32. 32. First thing we’re going to do withour new account is go to Settings. laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    33. 33. Make sure all of our info is complete and scroll to the bottom. laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    34. 34. 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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    37. 37. Advice1. Educate yourself.2. Keep your privacy settings up-to-date.3. Remain in control of your accounts.4. Open dialogue with your kids/grandkids/students/etc. about social media, its uses, and its consequences.5. Add value.6. Don’t waste away at your computer. laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!
    38. 38. Questions? laurie boettcher © Copyright Laurie Boettcher 2012 speaks!

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