Linked – Do You Have a Constitutional Right to Use Facebook and Twitter? Supreme Court Weighs In
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Linked – Do You Have a Constitutional Right to Use Facebook and Twitter? Supreme Court Weighs In

This is interesting: “Justice Elena Kagan noted that President Donald Trump, every governor and every member of Congress has a Twitter account. “So this has become a crucially important channel of political communication,” Kagan said. “And a person couldn’t go onto those sites and find out what these members of our government are thinking or…

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Linked – How to Leverage Social Media While Attending Conferences

It’s not easy to build meaningful relationships at conferences. Organizers may try to ease awkward introductions (and 50-foot staredowns) with networking events, and a majority of people at the conference may be interested in networking, but that doesn’t make it easy. You’re surrounded by hundreds, sometimes thousands of people; some are vying for attention, others…

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Linked – I’m calling it: Social networking is over

“Content creators can and do evolve to make articles, videos, photos and podcasts more distracting and attention-grabbing. But your family and friends on Facebook aren’t getting any better at making their status updates more attention-grabbing. And so social networking is being outrun by a universe of professional attention-grabbers. The attention economy is a Darwinian, survival-of-the-fittest…

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Linked – Protecting your children from online predators and grooming is now a crucial part of modern parenting

With 90% of children under 10 going online, and 86% of children aged between seven and 11 using some form of online ­communication, the risk is there from an early age. The more you know about the kind of social networking sites your child belongs to and what information they like to share, the more…