Facebook is looking to move into the workplace space and compete with LinkedIn. The service is to be called “Facebook at Work.”
The Wall Street Journal Digits article is here.
Protect your LinkedIn account by browsing securely, keeping your activity private, and recognizing signs of malicious behavior. Earlier this month, LinkedIn killed a controversial feature called “Intro,” which embedded LinkedIn profiles into emails…
Facebook released its first Global Government Requests Report yesterday, which reported government requests for information for the first 6 months of 2013. The US government made between 11,000 and 12,000 requests of the more than 25,000 total requests. Facebook did not respond to all requests, saying it only replied to 79% of inquires in the United States.
This article looks at what Instagram calls an “evolution” of how content is shared. After ending support for Twitter cards, the photo sharing platform ended all Twitter support.
Recent reports of security issues at Facebook once again have brought Facebook into the cross-hairs of security experts. Here are some links to Facebook pages–and other posts about Facebook security–that can help you protect your information.
Here are some posts to Facebook’s Security Pages:
Here are some posts that can help you to secure your Facebook account:
The New York Times is reporting that Facebook has discontinued its auto login feature after finding it could expose a user’s email address or even allow access to their account. The website Hacker News reports that 1 million Facebook accounts had been affected by this. TrendMicro says that the address shortcuts were “inherently dangerous.”
NBC News – Facebook security hole to blame for spam attack