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Beyond the Basics: Controlling Your Social Media Data
Beyond the Basics: Controlling Your Social Media Data
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Fallout from the Facebook Cambridge Analytica scandal and expanded user rights from the GDPR now empower you to force social media giants to delete your old posts. In March 2018, Facebook confirmed that a third-party app had unlawfully harvested data relating to nearly 87 million people across the globe, including 1 million UK citizens, which was then shared with an organisation called...

Your Selfie Could Open the Door to  Criminals
Your Selfie Could Open the Door to Criminals

While social media can be a valuable tool for entertainment and communication, it can also open the door to crime. When you share pictures of your location or possessions on social media, you enable criminals to target you for criminal behaviour. 

None of your social media posts are ever truly private. And can you really trust all of your ‘friends’ on social media networks?...

Don’t Let Social Media Tarnish Your Organisation’s Reputation
Don’t Let Social Media Tarnish Your Organisation’s Reputation
Seventy-four per cent of board members believe that reputational damage is the most concerning repercussion of an incident, according to research from the Economic Intelligence Unit. Regardless of your organisation’s size, your reputation, which is intrinsically linked to your brand, is a precious commodity that is just as important to bolster and protect as your goods and services. Those tasks...