Kids on Facebook

Is it time to rethink kids on Facebook?

Recently, some familiar faces have been showing up in my ‘People You May Know’ list on Facebook. No problem with that, except that they’re friends of my son. And he’s 10. A quick, highly unscientific review reveals that at least a quarter of his classmates have accounts. They’re not alone: a survey by Minor Monitor […]

The end of privacy? Balancing the personal and professional in social

How open should you be with your personal opinions  and information on social channels? Adrian Smith, a Christian manager with Trafford Housing Trust, took his employers to court this week after he was demoted for commenting on gay marriage on Facebook. He won, but the case highlights the difficulty of managing our private and professional personas in a world where […]