Category Archives: Social Media Policy

Disney CEO Speaks Out Against Social Media

The Walt Disney Company’s CEO Bob Iger recently rebuked social media in a speech earlier this week as reported by Variety . He emphasized social media’s fermentation of bias and influence to hate. He was awarded the Humanitarian Award at Simon Wiesenthal … Continue reading

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Facebook Targets Hate Group and Vaccine Misinformation

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern hugs a mosque-goer at the Kilbirnie mosque in Wellington, New Zealand, on March 17, 2019 In the wake of the New Zealand mosque shootings in which 50 worshippers were killed by a white nationalist gunman, Facebook … Continue reading

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Facebook Turns the Page to Stay Relevant (and Out of Trouble)

“Bu-Bye!  Facebook is switching its messaging mission from News Feed to more private, encrypted communication.  Facebook watchers are wondering what this means for News Feed, though, the core of its advertising business model. Chesnot / Getty Images  Facebook’s future is private … Continue reading

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That dawg won’t hunt

Having actively avoided the social media water cooler prior to this year (aside from an obligatory presence on LinkedIn), I am fascinated by the value proposition of Yammer – the enterprise social media platform acquired by Microsoft in 2012 for … Continue reading

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What Children’s Faces Show and the Poignancy of Visual Storytelling

Certain photos jump out at us while others seem as props or passing furniture in the warp and woof of everyday life, such as walking down Market or Walnut Streets as pedestrians parade along the sidewalk on the way to … Continue reading

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Facebook’s Troll Alert

Is someone stealing your Facebook identity? Facebook is being proactive by developing a tool that notifies users if someone has tapped into their account.  It’s called the troll hunter.  The tool will analyze the account names and profile pictures to … Continue reading

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How to keep company secrets internal?

With the growing use of social media, keeping company information confidential becomes challenging than ever. Sharing enjoyable working experiences and great customer service stories can create positive word of mouth for the company, yet it can be problematic if important … Continue reading

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Help! I’m having a Social Media Meltdown

  In a recent article in Pyschology Today, Dr. Nancy Rothbard discusses the dilemma that all working professionals face today. How much should we share on social media or, rather, how closely aligned should we have our personal and professional … Continue reading

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Responsible For All of Time

Not Penn (State!): Dean Furda revealed to be Penn State alumnus http://t.co/SM5OjGvnZf — Daily Pennsylvanian (@dailypenn) March 25, 2015 Uh-oh, we have a crisis on our hands at Penn. Our beloved Dean Furda has lied and did not attend Penn. … Continue reading

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Unprecedented Amounts of Stock Images for Free…Legally

Once upon a time (last week), Getty Images functioned as a huge repository of watermarked photographs available for sale — paying, of course, would remove the watermark and grant usage of the photo. This model was far from flawless: Internet … Continue reading

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