Online dating has become a norm today, with millions of people looking for partners on different dating apps.
Do you recall that image you sent to a friend about a night out? Or that personal text message you sent to your partner? Or when you searched for information because of a sensitive personal matter? And your whereabouts at the time of sending?
I’m a huge social sharing fan, many of my non Geogeeky friends think I share way too much but that’s OK. I’m pretty careful about what I share, when I share it and where I share it. I also don’t share anything that I wouldn’t want anyone at all to see. But how much am […]
An interesting TedX presentation from Echosec Systems CEO, Karl Swannie delivered at TEDxFortMcMurray. Karl looks at the now and future of Geo technology, sensors, visualization, social media, and the exciting World of real time data intelligence.
A valuable resource for parents was released today and it’s pretty darned nice – and useful! The social media guide for parents has been developed by the Liahona Academy (be sure to check out their website and the other valuable resources they provide) and is delivered as a free web-based resource and a comprehensive infographic […]
With Data Privacy Day set to take place on Tuesday Jan 28 there’s no better time to think about your own data usage and data privacy concerns etc… About Data Privacy Day – The proclamation coincides with an international effort to empower and educate people about how to protect their personal information and manage their […]
It seems that even in this day of privacy concerns that adults are still relatively comfortable with sharing their location, particularly for safety. That’s what the findings of a survey of some 1,100+ smartphone users has shown.
The whole privacy issue thing is really getting interesting lately. Perhaps it’s a good thing… In this article I look at sharing your location, geo-tagged media, privacy concerns, and offer a sample stalker exercise that begins with a simple foursquare checkin.