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Is Social Media Killing Our Relationships?

Posted on01. Sep, 2011 by .


Lovers who are on the rocks are now airing issues in counselling sessions that have arisen from social media, chat rooms and dating websites. A recent online survey conducted by Relationships Australia discovered the internet is being turned into a battleground, with social networking sites such as Facebook becoming breeding grounds for jealousy, cheating, snooping [...]

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Part 2: Location Based Data and Your Privacy

Posted on30. Aug, 2010 by .


This is a follow up post to the one I wrote last week on the launch of Facebook Places, events and the future of check-ins. After my post last week one of the first things people – and by people I mean normal people, those who don’t spend their time learning the nuts and bolts [...]

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attention businesses – be careful what you wish for

Posted on06. Apr, 2010 by .


The news of a service released by Teneros in the US last week has driven new demand into the need to manage one’s online reputation rigorously. The service makes it easier for companies to keep an eye on their employees’ social media activities on Facebook and Twitter (soon be rolled out to many more social [...]

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