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Folkman Law attorney Erica Domingo will lead a panel on your social media rights and risks in the workplace.
Saturday, October 20, 2012
College admissions offices are scanning students' social media accounts.
Could the posts on your teen's Facebook page hurt his or her chances to get into college? Possibly. According to a report on ABC World News , with annual admissions getting more and more competitive some schools have resorted to skimming social media pages to scope out potential students. "Most kids have no idea how important it is that their profile[s] online -- Twitter, Facebook, other social media spaces -- need to be appropriate for the admissions process," said Dean Skarlis, president of The College Advisor of New York, to ABC World News. "Most kids don't even realize what's appropriate and what's not because they're 16, 17 and their idea of what might be appropriate is very different than that of a college admissions person." The …
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
The social-networking site is apparently mulling over the idea.
Facebook is developing technology that would allow those under the age of 13 to access the site under parental supervision, a move that could help bring in a sea of new users for revenue but that could also increase privacy concerns, according to a report in Monday's Wall Street Journal. The technology being tested would allow children's accounts to be tied to their parents' accounts so that parents would decide whom their children could "friend." New kid-friendly features also could allow Facebook and its partners to bill parents for games and other entertainment accessed by their kids. Currently, Facebook bans those under the age of 13. But several studies show that many children use Facebook despite the ban, often with their parents' …