21. November 2012
These days, you can never be too cautious in what you reveal online. Especially now that identity theft is at a rise, everyone who has an internet connection may be a victim. Social media networks like Facebook, Twitter, or Google Plus may offer a fun and harmless place of network and communication. However, there are bits of information that go unfiltered and become damaging media especially to the minds of young people. Worse, they may even get their identities stolen or become targets for criminals. It’s best to take certain precautions if you wish to socialize with people you don’t see upfront.
5. November 2012
Whoever is active on the internet, whether on Facebook, Twitter, or by commenting in forums and blogs should always exactly consider what is posted. Anyone, who publicly posts statements on the internet that are intended for the general public, cannot assert a right to be forgotten. This is supported by a recent verdict that makes a termination without notice of a 26-year-old trainee after an insult on Facebook legal.
The dismissed trainee has described his employer as slave driver and exploiter. The judges confirmed with their verdict that insults on social networks justify terminations without notice. It also shows that a warning or a few serious words are just not enough. read more »
7. August 2012
Take a look at this infographic. It’s all about tips on protecting your children’s reputation online. And how Yasni and the free email monitoring can help you here. First, educate yourself about the applications your child is using. And make sure that you check your child’s privacy settings and insist that your children interact only with people they personally know. And always actively monitor the web with Yasni and try setting a good example and promote honesty. read more »