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Online Privacy Is Making Headlines

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Connecting to friends and family is an important part of everyone’s life. And doing so through social networks is easier than ever. But connecting with people close to you never included the idea that your messages and information might be made available and for sale to anyone and everyone. This […]

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How to decide what to share in your health journal

What — and how much — to share in a Personal Health Journal

Many people keep a journal, a place where they can write down everything from daily events to their innermost thoughts and feelings. It can be a very personal, even therapeutic exercise, especially when the writer is experiencing a health journey, or is a caretaker helping a friend or family member […]

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Does privacy exist on social networks?

CaringBridge sites make protecting user privacy a priority.

With all the controversy Facebook has dealt with regarding the use of personal information, I thought it would be interesting to take a look at privacy and social networks. How Facebook ran Afoul of the Federal Trade Commission If you haven’t followed the news about Facebook, it ran into some […]

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