September 26th, 2007
This is the second in a series of posts on Digital Security from TechNotes. Stay tuned for more information about securing your digital life.
When you post anything online, remember that everything is, in effect, public. Think of your family, friends, teachers, school administrators, future employers, and admissions officers; as well as potential identity thieves and predators. To put it directly, don’t put anything online that you wouldn’t want your grandmother to see – and also don’t put anything online that someone could use to impersonate or stalk you.
So, what should you keep private? (Read more…)