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    The Onus of Choice: Picks of the Week

    Facebook Wants Users to Help It Weed Out Fake News | Forbes Jack Dorsey says Twitter is not responsible for Trump’s election, but it’s ‘complicated’ | CNBC Reddit moves against ‘toxic’ Trump fans | BBC Twitter bans multiple ‘alt-right’ accounts | engadget 2016 was not a good year to be a tech company. Twitter’s struggling to profit, Facebook is still reeling from its massive fake news debacle, and major web … Read More

  • The Human Side of Cybercrime (OpEd)

    What do cyber criminals, Greek gods, and Facebook have in common? They are all connected to “Zeus,” a Trojan horse malware program first identified in 2007, when it was used to steal information from the U.S. Department of Transportation, and that now may be lurking in a link on rigged Facebook pages. Along with phishing campaigns, Trojans are the principal method chosen by cyber criminals to attack users, allowing them … Read More

  • You can’t post that on Facebook! A Conversation about Social Media and Privacy for Students

    Pell Center Round Table Discussion 1 By now, you’ve probably heard the advice to be careful what you put on Facebook—but where does common sense end and smart thinking begin?  Join Michael Wisnewski, Director of the Center for Career Development at Salve Regina University for a conversation about how what you put on Facebook and other social media can affect you professionally. The following link will help to get your thoughts … Read More

  • Status Update: I’ve been Hacked!

    Chances are high that, at some point today, either you or someone you know has posted an online message through one of the many social media platforms available. Hundreds of millions of users flocked to social networks this year to do precisely that, and they are doing it in record numbers though smart-phones, tablets, or desktop computers. The problem, however, is that this development has been noticed by one group … Read More