Facebook announced a new feature today called “Graph Search.”
Social media expert Kevin Evanetski says while it’s a cool addition to the network, it won’t impact your privacy settings at all.
Evanetski founded Social Yeah, a boutique social media strategy firm based in Buffalo, NY.
You’d think an increase in children aged 10-12 years old using social media sites like Facebook would be a news flash to their parents – but the exact opposite is true. Turns out, the parents are allowing, and even assisting, their kids in cheating Facebook’s age restrictions (Facebook requires users to be at least 13 years old).
The full read is here.
In the wake of Osama bin Laden’s death, a plethora of links have popped up on social networking sites like Facebook claiming to lead to photos or videos of the terrorist’s demise. But these posts are actually malware, spyware, and viruses that can harm your computer. How much harm could be done?
Attorney David Seltzer, a specialist in cyber crime, chatted about it on “The Ralphie Radio Show.” Visit David’s site here.
Many thought Blake Griffin’s dunk over a Kia this past weekend at the NBA Slam Dunk Contest was amazing. Count former player and current commentator Charles Barkley in the minority.
Turr-ble. Just turr-ble. Almost as bad as this animal beatboxing video, which is currently one of the most played videos in Australia.
But perhaps worse of all, this man’s story…
Would you give up your Facebook password for a job?
Mashable reports that The National Labor Relations Board and Dawnmarie Souza agreed to end a lawsuit over Souza’s firing, which occurred after she made some derogatory remarks about her employers on Facebook. Attorney Robin Bond, who specializes in labor law, clarified on “The Ralphie Radio Show” that employers can still fire employees over comments made through social networking sites.
Visit Robin’s site here.