Leugens.nl, op zoek naar de waarheid Social Networks: Should Teachers be on it? By Jamie Kalicharan and Rose Calles | NY Teachers Social Networks: Should Teachers be on it? By Jamie Kalicharan and Rose Calles In today’s society, almost everyone is on a social network. Then there are those that keep information private like a high school English teacher. The AJC got hold of an e-mail sent anonymously (via an e-mail address that does not exist) to the district, supposedly from a parent complaining that one of Payne’s students read the status and then proceeded to refer to her friends as “b****.” Payne keeps her Facebook locked up, it’s private. Although, she did have other teachers on her friend list. These social networks could be harmful to the teacher and also the students. Link:
dexlab.nl - home Facebook for Beginners Update: This post was updated October 2013 to reflect current statistics and tools. Against all odds, you likely know someone who still hasn't succumbed to the lure of Facebook. Maybe you’re a beginner yourself. Below, we offer a refresher course for those eager to learn more about the basics of Facebook. Even if you’re a pro, it’s fun to look at the platform through a beginner’s eyes. 1. Before you begin searching for friends, it’s important to complete your Timeline (aka your personal profile), which includes everything from uploading a profile picture and cover photo to outlining your employment history to determining your relationship status (OK, that’s optional). Check out these additional resources for building the best Timeline: 2. Once you’ve filled out a healthy portion of your Timeline, start searching for and adding “friends.” As you accumulate friends, Facebook will be able to suggest additional contacts as its algorithm generates connections among your growing network. 3.
Web 2.0 Suicide Machine - Meet your Real Neighbours again! - Sign out forever! Making social media work professionally | Money PC Hanif Sanghar was so pleased to have been involved in an operation to catch two vicious attackers that he tweeted he had "arrested the offenders", even though the suspects had yet to stand trial. The tweet was deleted and he was reprimanded. Doctors and nurses at a hospital in Swindon were suspended after posting pictures of themselves lying face down on resuscitation trolleys, ward floors and on the Wiltshire air ambulance helipad on Facebook as part of an internet craze called "the lying down game". And in America teacher Ashley Payne lost her job after a parent spotted a Facebook picture of her with a glass of wine in one hand and a beer in the other. Reading these stories could give you the impression that there are certain careers where using social media is a recipe for disaster. But while much has been made of the benefits of tools such as Twitter and Facebook to the corporate world, there are advantages to using them in other more sensitive jobs. The tweeting teacher
BBC punches holes in Facebook with virtual bagel stunt The BBC has conducted a test to show that Facebook ‘likes’ generated from sponsored ad placements within the social network may be of little value unless tightly targeted. The experiment, in which technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones bought ads for a fictional ‘virtual bagel’ company, found that many likes received from the global campaign appeared to be from fake accounts or users from Egypt that liked thousands of pages. With so much of the value of the social networking giant based on its potential ad revenue, and questions over the efficacy of advertising in its tightly controlled ecosystem circling, the exercise speculated that global activity in particular, whether it be number of ‘likes’ or clicks on ads, may be of little or no value. The page for the virtual bagel company was set up with very little information apart from a brief, vague description so that it would be of little interest to Facebook users.
Liability For User Generated Content on Facebook This means that advertisers are responsible for ensuring that all content on their promotional Facebook pages is in compliance with the Advertiser Code of Ethics, including content uploaded to the advertiser’s pages by other Facebook users. Background The Advertising Standards Board (“ASB”) is an industry-funded body responsible for evaluating complaints against advertisements and advertisers and applying Section 2 of the Advertiser Code of Ethics (“the Code”) of the Australian Association of National Advertisers (“AANA”) to settle questions of taste, decency, health, and safety in advertising. The details In this case before the ASB, a complaint was lodged in relation to the official Smirnoff Vodka Facebook page. The complaint referred to a 2011 Federal Court case (ACCC v. In its response to the complaint, Diageo argued that Smirnoff’s Facebook page was not a medium for advertising or marketing, but rather a networking tool facilitating communication between company and customer.
Facebook loses 6M U.S. users in May - Web 2.0 and Web Apps, internet, Facebook, e-commerce - CIO News June 13, 2011 02:21 PM ET Computerworld - Facebook may continue to gain users, but the world's biggest social network isn't gaining them as quickly as it has been and is actually losing users in the U.S. Facebook gained 11.8 million more users last month alone, according to a study by Inside Facebook. While that's a lot of new users, it's less than the 13.9 million new users who joined the site in April, or the 20 million gain during some months in the past year. And while Inside Facebook reports that the social network is approaching 700 million users worldwide, the number of U.S. users has dropped. The study noted that Facebook had 155.2 million U.S. users at the beginning of May but 149.4 million at the end of the month. Other countries showed losses as well; Canada dropped by 1.52 million and the U.K. dropped by more than 100,000, but the U.S. showed the biggest loss for Facebook last month. "I don't think this is necessarily troubling for Facebook at this time," said Olds.