Posts Tagged ‘YouTube’

6 Good Reasons NOT To Ask For Facebook Passwords

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

In case you’ve not paid attention to the news in the past week, there has been a barrage of stories (over 1500 turned up in a quick online search) about organizations asking job applicants and employees for their Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social networking passwords.  It’s a hot topic folks! I’ve listed a bunch of them at the end of this post.  Compelled password disclosure is a very bad idea for organizations to do for many reasons.  Here are six that should be compelling to business management: (more…)

A Privacy Song About…Überveillance!

Sunday, August 24th, 2008

I was delighted to get a message this morning from my friends down-under, Dr. M. G. Michael and Dr. Katina Michael from the University of Wollongong.
If you’ll recall, a few months ago I made a couple of blog postings about überveillance here and here.


The Iowa Caucus Experience in Madison County: Cameras Not a Factor

Friday, January 4th, 2008

Well, after over a year of fervent campaigning by many presidential hopefuls, the Iowa caucuses are over! As I mentioned a couple of days ago I have never declared a party before, but this year I wanted to be part of the caucus experience. I wanted to participate and see first-hand what it was like and not just have some political pundits from the east or west coasts giving their inaccurate opinions of what really goes on.


Don’t Expect Privacy At The Iowa Caucuses

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2008

I am happy to live in Iowa. I’ve enjoyed getting to see the presidential hopefuls in the state for the past 1+ years. I always vote during presidential elections, but I’ve never yet declared a party; I really don’t want to be listed in who knows how many places under such a label. However, this year I would really like to participate in the Iowa caucus.


Emotions Are Mixed for Using Social Networking Sites At Work

Tuesday, August 28th, 2007

Well, if you look at the results of my very unscientific poll from last week, it appears there is a very wide range of opinions about the use of social networking sites at work.


Surveillance and Managing Information With So Many Ways To Capture It

Wednesday, June 27th, 2007

Over the weekend a news story appeared in Australia that I’m sure is occurring in MANY other organizations, far beyond just schools; “Teachers being secretly filmed by students