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63 posts categorized "Social Media"

Identity theft and Social Media protection under one roof

Posted by stevebell28@rocketmail.com

Identity theft social media protection

 

BullGuard Identity Protection provides protection against identity theft as well as offering parental control for social media. These features are a landmark development in the fight against cyber crime and cyber bullying, and are helping reshape the personal security landscape.


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Category: Identity Protection, Social Media Comments

Social Media sites for kids or when networking meets education

Posted by kdunlaevy@gmail.com

Social media for kids

 

In this day and age, it’s never too early to start networking. However, as social network sites such as Facebook have age limitations (13 years of age and up), there are younger age groups that are left without a social network to call their own. Why would a six year old need to be able to participate in a social networking site you ask?

 

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Category: Internet Security, Social Media Comments

Why do people hack Facebook Accounts

Posted by stevebell28@rocketmail.com

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People are curious, angry, kind, jealous, loving, possessive, suspicious and caring, and a lot more besides. This range of human emotions are played out across Facebook and as such acts as a magnet for hackers -which is why we need Facebook protection.

 

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Category: Identity Protection, Social Media Comments

Keep Your Enemies Close and Your Hack-Loving Friends Closer

Posted by sabina.datcu@bullguard.com

Facebook hack

 

‘Facebook hack’ software STILL leads to malware

 

Have you ever tried hacking into your friends’ Facebook accounts just for fun?

Never been bitten by the curiosity worm that pushes you to try and find out things that you suppose your buddies are hiding from you? 

 

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Category: Internet Threats, Social Media Comments

What is a Social Media Vacation?

Posted by kdunlaevy@gmail.com

Social media vacation

 

 

Perhaps you’ve heard your friends talking about it and wondered exactly what it entails? We’ve moved on from the Staycation, as 50% of adult internet users now seek a social media vacation. It’s no surprise really that adults are seeking a complete ‘vacation’ from their social networks.

 

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Category: Social Media Comments

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