you have to be careful what you post to Facebook and who you “friend” and how you set your privacy settings. But even more important, David argued, was the need to “own your online brand.”
A 2009 study concluded that 45% of employers were checking social-networking sites before deciding whether to hire someone. That’s shocking: only 45%? (A similar study the previous year reported that only 22% of employers were checking. Note the trend, and how quickly it’s moving.)
The EU fights for your outside privacy as well as your online privacy rights!
Citibank suspends bank account after reading customer’s blog.
What happens to your privacy and identity when everything you innocently tweeted is stored forever… and accessible to… ?