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  • Facebook powerpoint

    1. 1. Are We Putting Too Much of Ourselves Online?
    2. 2. Meet Mark Zuckerberg
    3. 3. Meet Mark Zuckerberg CEO of Facebook, which he founded in 2004. Responsible for the design of Facebook’s service and development of its core technology and infrastructure.
    4. 4. Meet Mark Zuckerberg CEO of Facebook, which he founded in 2004. Responsible for the design of Facebook’s service and development of its core technology and infrastructure.
    5. 5. Meet Mark Zuckerberg CEO of Facebook, which he founded in 2004. Responsible for the design of Facebook’s service and development of its core technology and infrastructure.
    6. 6. So What’s the Purpose?
    7. 7. Look For TRUSTe • When you see the TRUSTe seal that says that the website privacy’s policy complies with the highest standards for protecting your personal information. • Facebook is a certified licensee of the TRUSTe Privacy Seal Program. • Although Facebook’s privacy policy aligns with TRUSTe certification, doesn’t mean that all users protect themselves.
    8. 8. Look For TRUSTe • When you see the TRUSTe seal that says that the website privacy’s policy complies with the highest standards for protecting your personal information. • Facebook is a certified licensee of the TRUSTe Privacy Seal Program. • Although Facebook’s privacy policy aligns with TRUSTe certification, doesn’t mean that all users protect themselves.
    9. 9. Privacy Settings Name and Profile Picture : Your name and profile picture don’t have privacy settings. Contact Information: You can control what information you share, the only thing that is REQUIRED is an email address Posts: You can control who sees your posts before you decide to update it.
    10. 10. Privacy Settings Name and Profile Picture : Your name and profile picture don’t have privacy settings. Contact Information: You can control what information you share, the only thing that is REQUIRED is an email address Posts: You can control who sees your posts before you decide to update it.
    11. 11. Can You Find Me?
    12. 12. Can You Find Me? Status updates Uploaded photos Contact Information Facebook “Places”
    13. 13. Can You Find Me? Status updates Uploaded photos Contact Information Facebook “Places”
    14. 14. Can You Find Me? Status updates Uploaded photos Contact Information Facebook “Places”
    15. 15. Can You Find Me? Status updates Uploaded photos Contact Information Facebook “Places”
    16. 16. Everyone is Guilty
    17. 17. Everyone is Guilty “I didn’t think it was a big deal!”
    18. 18. Everyone is Guilty “I didn’t think it was a big deal!”
    19. 19. Everyone is Guilty “I didn’t think it was a big deal!”
    20. 20. IS YOUR JOB WORTH IT?
    21. 21. IS YOUR JOB WORTH IT? “I’M KIND OF A ‘BIG DEAL’!”
    22. 22. PROJECT DATE CLIENT
    23. 23. PROJECT HOW CAN I MITIGATE RISK? DATE CLIENT
    24. 24. PROJECT HOW CAN I MITIGATE RISK? DATE CLIENT FUTURE
    25. 25. PROJECT HOW CAN I MITIGATE RISK? DATE CLIENT FUTURE YOU
    26. 26. PROJECT HOW CAN I MITIGATE RISK? DATE CLIENT FUTURE YOU
    27. 27. PROJECT HOW CAN I MITIGATE RISK? DATE CLIENT FUTURE YOU
    28. 28. PROJECT HOW CAN I MITIGATE RISK? DATE CLIENT FUTURE YOU
    29. 29. PROJECT HOW CAN I MITIGATE RISK? DATE CLIENT FUTURE YOU
    30. 30. SOURCES • http://www.whoswatchingcharlottesville.org/social.html---- “Too Much Information” ---- Article about managing your risks in reference to be exposed on social networking sites. • http://wsjclassroom.com/monday/mx_05dec12.pdf ---- “Colleges Fear Student Postings On Popular ʻFacebookʼ Site” Rebecca Buckman ---- Article detailing different colleges that are working to decrease the exposure of privacy on Facebook. • http://www.philly.com/dailynews/local/101213899.html?cmpid=15585797 ----”Whatʼs in a (Facebook) name? Too often, too much information” Solomon Jones ----Article explaining that some people get on Facebook for attention • http://media.barometer.orst.edu/media/storage/paper854/news/2009/03/05/Forum/Facebook.Use.With.Caution.Or.Suffer.Consequences-3660603.shtml ----”Facebook: Use with caution or suffer consequences” Kris Noneman ---- Article discussing the dangers of Facebook. • http://www.troutmansanders.com/privacysocialmedia/ ---- “Facing the Consequences of Facebook” ---- Article discussing the consequences and the information obtained from employers through Facebook. • http://mashable.com/2010/08/25/facebook-privacy-infographic/ ---- “Facebook Privacy: 6 Years of Controversy” Alexander Hotz ---- Article explaining the missteps of Facebook Privacy features. • http://www.facebook.com/policy.php ---- “Facebook Privacy Policy”---- A full detailed look at what Facebookʼs privacy policy entails.

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