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How to Write a Cyber Responsible About Me Page

by Angela Render October 23, 2013

How to write a cyber secure all about me pageAny biographical information about you that exists online can be used against you by a cyber criminal. Your task is to select which pieces of personal information provide the most value to you as a professional while providing the least value possible to a criminal.

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Marketers Beware – Privacy Law is Catching Up With Your Data Scraping

by Angela Render March 19, 2012

Target marketers better start minding their P’s and Q’s because Massachusetts isn’t waiting for Obama’s privacy bill of rights, or the Cybersecurity Act of 2012. These new privacy laws are a great step forward for the consumer, but provide a number of difficulties for any business venture, from first-time self-published writer to large corporations.

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Pinterest – A Lawsuit Waiting to Happen

by Angela Render February 29, 2012

Pinterest Lawsuit LogoThe newest buzz in the marketing community is how to capitalize on Pinterest, a 2-year-old photo sharing social media site. With over 10 million monthly visitors, it’s fast approaching Facebook and Tumblr in terms of a time-sink. With that many consumers passing things around, Pinterest is a prime location for businesses—especially catalog or online retailers—to generate buzz. But, as Business Insider explains in a well-written article, “Pinterest might be the most illegal network to hit the Internet yet. More illegal than Napster. More illegal than Megaupload.”

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Personal Privacy vs. Basic Internet Services: Google’s Real Name Policy in the Real World

by Angela Render August 26, 2011

Transparency. It’s the buzz-word for businesses trying to market themselves on the Internet. A lack of transparency can mean a lightning death for a Brand on Social Media.

But what about individuals or individuals who are their business?

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