Tag Archives: privacy

3 Ways to Optimize Data Privacy and Protection in the Digital Age


Privacy breaches occur every day, and firms of all sizes are at risk. It only takes a single breach to jeopardize your brand, your company reputation, customer loyalty, and your bottom line. What changes to traditional information management and security are required to accommodate the always-on, mobile, social attorney? What should firms and corporate law departments do now to achieve ...

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Facebook Graph Search and Privacy


Facebook has been steadily making changes to privacy and security controls, including changes made to app permissions, untagging and removing photos, and adding privacy shortcuts in 2012. In March 2013, Facebook announced Graph Search. Facebook Graph Search is a Facebook specific search engine which allows you to search all of the things people have shared with you. If your post ...

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New Facebook Privacy Features


If you’re a Facebook user, you may have noticed some new icons that have begun appearing in the Facebook navigation bar. To the right of the “Home” link at the upper right corner of the navigation bar, there is a new Privacy Shortcuts icon (see below). This new icon is intended to give Facebook users easy access to the privacy ...

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Quick Tip: Your Facebook Profile Through Another’s Eyes


Navigating Facebook’s privacy settings and friend lists can be a challenge.  Whether you’re looking for clients, networking with your peers, or simply staying in touch with friends and relatives, it’s important to know exactly what you’re sharing on Facebook.  Thankfully, Facebook includes a simple tool that lets you check just that: how your profile looks to your friends (and to ...

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