Privacy online has multiple meanings for different platforms and businesses - but what about us here at digi.me? So much personal information about each of us is scattered about the web, traded, sold on and held in multiple places that we can neither access nor delete, that we can have no realistic expectation of full … Continue reading Defining privacy in the digital age – myths, pitfalls and positives
Sharing today is generally seen as positive, but is also associated with negative aspects around privacy. If the negative aspects are not fixed sharing will slow and cease to the detriment to everyone, but there is a solution that will increase benefits to individuals, businesses and society as a whole IF there is a change … Continue reading Sharing – change in control needed
As the internet gets older so does our online digital footprint which builds up our online reputation. Over time our online reputations have become more important on both a professional and personal basis. Companies now look to our social media accounts to see if we have a presence there, they look at what our behavior … Continue reading Managing your Reputation – Tips and Tools
If you are anything like me then you have passwords for everything from banking to logging into your social media accounts. So many passwords to remember or in my case forget! But what happens when you find an issue or alerted to an issue? Have you ever seen Facebook come up with an alert stating … Continue reading Friday Fun: Password Management
We've just released SocialSafe v6.5.8 and this latest version contains a couple of brand new features never before seen in SocialSafe. First up we have added support for Instagram Video. This allows SocialSafe users to safely download Instagram Videos to their own machine, along with all the comments, tags, and likes. This works in the same … Continue reading SocialSafe v6.5.8 Released – Download Your Instagram Videos, Historic Data Pop-up and More
Many of you will have heard stories about users of social network having their accounts deleted or blocked without warning nor consultation. Last month as popular blogger who goes by the name Bohemea had her Tumblr account shut down, losing over five years of work - totalling over 100,000 posts across two separate blogs - … Continue reading Tumblr Blogger Loses 100,000+ Posts – Are You Backing Up Yours?
Twitter has just raised the bar in terms of cross-platform marketing, by giving US advertisers the opportunity to target people who will have just seen their television spots. After beta trials in May, Twitter's TV Ad Targeting is available to all US advertisers as of today. The re-marketing mechanism is pretty clever, and combines the … Continue reading Find Out How Twitter’s TV Ad Targeting System Works