There have been a lot of stories about what happens when you reveal your social network profile, especially your geo-location information. Probably made famous first with Please Rob MeÂ which would post open Foursquare profile data, showing when you’re not at Continue reading Opening your social network profile
If your friends ever tell you that they’ve received spam from your account, but you didn’t send it, likely your account was compromised. The following steps are generally good business practice to follow regularly, anyway. So follow them as you Continue reading Had your Twitter or Facebook hacked?
I received a lot of feedback after my post yesterday about creating a permanent SSL (https://) connection to Facebook. It’s most important to use SSL anywhere you don’t want people to see what you’re doing/looking at. For example, anything with Continue reading Using a secure connection where possible
This image is getting a lot of attention. Today Michael Geist has released an article onÂ Unpacking The Policy Issues Behind Bandwidth Caps & Usage Based Billing. My MP has told me she opposes gouging consumers through usage-based billing. The liberal Continue reading Update on usage based billing (UBB)