Facebook joins the global conversation with hashtags. In addition, upcoming features will also include trending hashtags.
If you don’t want spam, don’t post your eMail address on the internet (or your Twitter name with the @ sign).
What do you think? Was this just unwanted photo coming in through a tag on their photo? Or did the photo come in through my account in order to put it in an album? Is it possible the photo came through the new email@example.com? Should I do more to secure my Facebook account?
Has the internet ever been too social for you (when visiting Facebook-linked sites, for instance)? Maybe it’s okay to know that Tom Trekker likes Timbukto when you visit and explore TripAdvisor, but maybe you don’t want others to know where you traveled!
Here’s nine tips I can think of to help protect your privacy and protect you from phishing, scams, viruses.
On June 6th, a Russian hacker posted 6.5 million passwords from LinkedIn and 1.5 passwords from eHarmony. (Read more.) You may have already received an eMail from LinkedIn with instructions […]
Could proposed legislation, SOPA or PIPA, affect our ministry websites or online ministry? Learn more and weigh in here.
I like using a particular password, but after I was almost snared by a phishing attempt, I needed to change a lot of my accounts because they shared the same […]
Using typos in spam is a tactic used by spammers to determine sites which have a low filtering threshold or which automatically approve comments. The websites that approved the comments are then targeted with another round of spam, but these comments are malicious. Learn how to avoid spam on your blog.