One of LinkedIn’s features is the ability to add tags to your profile. For those unfamiliar, basically what this does is that it lets you create tags to help make searching for you easier. So if you identify yourself as an artist or a designer, you can tag yourself that way so that employers or clients can search for you easily.
Facebook does not have such a feature, or at least until now where according to a report from The Verge, the social network is apparently testing out a similar concept as you can see in the screenshot above. The tags appear to work the same way as LinkedIn’s tabs so if you’re already familiar with the feature, then this shouldn’t really be too steep of a learning curve. Read full post →Facebook Reportedly Testing Out Profile Tags
ldWe were all young once, and thankfully for some of us, our young and stupid mistakes were made in a time when there was no internet, no social media, and when the world was a lot less connected than today. Nowadays saying the wrong thing online can result in that mistake following you for months or years to come.
This is why a new campaign, dubbed iRights, has been launched in the UK where they are advocating for the rights of children to be forgotten. Basically the idea is that it will allow for children and teenagers to be able to edit or delete the content that they have posted online, thus giving them a second chance to scrub their mistakes from the internet. Read full post →UK Campaign Calls For Childrens’ “Right To Be Forgotten”