Facebook announced significant changes to its Newsfeed based on feedback about how users want to experience news and information in their feed. These changes came into effect January 11. The overhaul means you’ll see more posts from friends that have created buzz with comments. This also means you may see fewer branded videos and content […]
Yelp for people. Peeple. Because there is not enough bullying and trolling going on on the internet there’s a new app boasting that anyone (emphasis is mine) can rate you “professionally, personally and romantically” as long as they have 1) a Facebook account, 2) your phone number and 3) that they’re a real person (because […]
Here is the clip from our principal Susie Erjavec Parker talking about social media and privacy with CTV Morning Live’s Kelly Linehan.
Once again, Facebook is updating its Terms Of Service as of January 1, 2015. In the Facebook Newsroom, it’s explained that Facebook wants to put more control in the hands of its users to determine how much of our information we share and with whom. In the last couple of weeks, many people were taking […]
We see it at least once a day it seems. Someone on Facebook will “share” a status update or a photo and ask you to “share” the same photo with the promise of being entered in a contest and with big hopes to WIN. It all sounds fun and innocent enough. But the truth of […]