Tag Archive | "privacy"

Facebook Privacy and Admissions Counselors: Know Your Settings

Wednesday, May 19,


At this point, you’re probably aware of the frenzy over Facebook’s complicated privacy settings. Major news outlets are covering it, a Quit Facebook Day campaign started, and new Facebook apps are emerging that promise to secure your privacy again.

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Teaching Privacy: Friends Don’t Let Friends Post to Facebook

Friday, May 14,


I’ve been wanting to do a post about some of the privacy training I’ve been doing for faculty and staff since the last time Facebook updated its privacy policy.  It’s hard to keep track of when, where, and how many times Facebook has changed its privacy policy.  But this is not a post about quitting [...]

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Phone Calls Too Impersonal for Today’s Prospects?

Thursday, May 6,


I taught two classes at Champlain College this semester, both of which wrapped up last week. For one of the classes, an advanced course for seniors called Internet Issues and Strategies, students had to write a final paper/case study about an organization using technology in an innovative way….and wouldn’t you know it but one of [...]

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