Canada's Information and Privacy Commissioner has released decisions in three formal complaints against Facebook's privacy practices, under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act. The results offer valuable insight into the workings of the world's most popular social network. Users and non-users alike might also feel confident that the company is interested in addressing privacy concerns.
Chances are that if you work in advertising, marketing, web development, public relations or really any type of business, you’ve heard those two all-important words: online marketing. But what does online marketing really mean?
You've probably heard by now that some employers in the United States have come up with the idea of asking prospective employees for their Facebook passwords so they can take a closer look at what these candidates are all about. Is it legal? Is it ethical? Is it fair?
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