Social networks are a key tool in our relationships. Nearly everyone is a subscriber to and uses a social networking site on a daily basis. Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram all provide information about us, our professional or personal activities. If this information isn’t considered before, it can have unexpected consequences, especially if it isn’t known how and where it is shared, or how Google uses it in its own databanks and offers it. via your browser.
Users of social media networks are not surprised that they have concerns about the public relevance of personal data. This includes photos, videos and comments, as well as the impossibility to erase data. Search engines, especially Google, are able to provide this relevance.
Google is more than a search engine. It offers many products with various functions and all are embedded in a social network structure. To avoid major privacy breaches, privacy management in products like Gmail, Google+ YouTube, GoogleDocs, Drive and GoogleDocs was a tedious task. Google has had to rethink its services regarding privacy and reputation. Search results can include a lot of personal references from people who have registered on social networks.
Google provides a tool to help users improve their privacy and security. This page is “About me” from Google. This space allows you to check and choose what information the user would like to share, with whom and how many people. You also have the option to share it with everyone. This is a service that allows you to see what Google services users publish. To get started, register in Google Services.
While it is true that Google does monitor what we publish and how Google displays information about our social activities, we need to be aware that the problem lies in our acceptance of these terms and conditions. This includes applications downloaded from mobile phones, tablets, and mobile phones. We can improve privacy protection as social network users by taking a few precautions and following “digital hygiene” rules.
Accepting any conditions for use of an application or social networking site means that we expressly consent to its contents. It is essential to understand, at least, how the Internet may affect or affect your privacy. If you are unsure, assess if the loss in privacy or the information we might be required to share is compensated for the use the social network (or application) and if it really serves our needs.
Single authentication is more convenient and quicker, but it is not recommended. Although it may be convenient to use our Facebook, Google or Microsoft account to access other services or networks, it can also present a risk if an intruder gains access.
It is difficult to identify someone on the Internet. It is best not to trust people who aren’t identifiable. Personal information must only be shared with those we wish to access. Access to services that require personal data, even if it is only for testing, should be carefully evaluated before being granted access.
Hi, my name is Joseph Kennedy.
I work in technology for a firm in North Carolina. As a hobby, I write about anything tec related.
In this blog I wanted to express my interests but also to bring interest in specific subjects such as product analysis and review together with an insight into product development that is happening in the tec world