How to manage the online legacy of our deceased family members?
Although it is a sad issue to consider, it is a fact that our ever larger online footprint will once become a legacy someone else must manage. Social media service providers are constantly refining the possibilities concerning the accounts of deceased people, however, personal arrangements and preliminary planning are also gaining importance.
Children’s photos on the net — How (not) to post about your child
You may be familiar with Facebook’s timeline, where you inevitably bump into cute photos of children. Keeping in mind certain safety considerations and the child’s opinion can best serve the child's interests.
Consciousness stirring in the Silicon valley: those who got you hooked are trying to get you kick the habit?
Data management scandals, a CEO testifying to the US Senate, EU data protection pressure and the prospect of European taxes – just a handful of challenges that the greatest social media companies must face. Multinational tech firms are trying to regain the trust of users with social responsibility – at least that is what the recent Google and Instagram announcements hint at. New telephone modes, user self-scrutiny and activity monitors set to be introduced.