The presence of social media in our lives has offered us all
the opportunity to create a persona and share it with the world. The Facebook
profile means we can curate our identity, the privacy settings allow us to
control who we share that identity with, and the status updates and photo
albums mean we can keep that identity alive, with constant updates.
Have you heard about the Privacy Paradox? As we share more
and more information with each other on Facebook, a privacy paradox has
evolved. Before we get into it, take a minute to consider what you have chosen
to share with all Facebook users and the World Wide Web within your Facebook
Have you ever considered whether the personality you’ve developed and curated online is any different from the personality you have in reality? And how does our online personality play into how you behave online?
To post or not to post? That is the question. We all love sharing funny and adorable parts of our lives on Facebook, but when it comes to your new born, or toddler, is it safe?
It can be tough parenting kids in the social media age. You want them to have the freedom to explore and learn but you’re also aware of the potential online threats they face. How do you protect them while also allowing them to have fun?
With cyber bullying and cyber crime becoming every day events BullGuard has stepped into the breach by providing ground-breaking security that guards against online identity theft and social media abuse.
BullGuard Internet Protection allows parents to keep abreast of their children’s social media activity and flag up behaviour that might lead to negative consequences. If you’re looking for Facebook protection and parental controls then this is the product for you.Read on to find out more…
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.
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?