This is funny and talks about how social networks function , your online pass could destroy your real life future he says. It does no good to stay away as other can post items. You can be the ideal job candidate with creating a “none” identity.
He makes fun of Eric Schmidt of Google staying “just don’t make any mistakes”. When social media first started entering the healthcare area, people were talking about having communities to where they could openly discuss their disease and problems, well there’s places to do that, but not on publicly searched social networks as insurance companies and other look there.
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In Germany this week the are ready to ban employers from looking at Facebook before hiring an employee. Linked In and Xing will still be ok as they are more professional and work related anyway where you want to look good and make sure there’s nothing on there like we see on Facebook. BD
Stephen Colbert took on online privacy and the dangers of oversharing on social networks last night.
Interestingly, Foursquare was one of the first networks he mentioned, after MySpace and Facebook, and well before Twitter.
Stephen Colbert Tears Into Eric Schmidt On Privacy
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