Another tech giant privacy breach! Is your organisation protected?

The Wall Street Journal recently revealed that Google had left users of their social media platform Google+ vulnerable following the discovery of a bug, which potentially exposed the data of over 500,000 users to 438 external applications. In turn, it has been announced that Google will be shutting the social media site down in August 2019.

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Responding to Social Media Reviews

Decisions surrounding everyday purchases are now often made following an online review of businesses’ social media accounts. Whilst the ability to post reviews on social media has given consumers the power to provide instant feedback, it has also given rise to ‘trolling’.

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Is Snapchat Right For Your Business?

Your business tweets terrifically, is on fire with Facebook and ingenious on Instagram but when it comes to Snapchat, you’re in the dark. So what is Snapchat, and should you be jumping on board?

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Cyberbullying: An Employer’s Response Spot On

In a recent Queensland District Court decision, Robinson v Lorna Jane (Judge Koppenol, 3 November 2017), Ms Robinson made a common law claim for psychological and physical injuries, which she claimed arose from her employment between July and December 2012 as the manager of a Lorna Jane store.

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