- Posted October 7, 2009 by
san diego, California
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Social networking and privacy
Wireless Industry Speaks Out About Social Networking and Privacy
I am at the CTIA convention in San Diego Today and spoke with people from the wireless industry and asked them: Do you believe that the more open and honest we are about our lives, the better off we'll be?
Order of Appearance:
CTIA - Tamara
video by: Chris Morrow
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Social media allows old acquaintances to reconnect, new friends to develop and professional relationships to flourish. But do we reveal too much on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, LinkedIn – and even iReport -- in turn making us vulnerable to identity theft or cyber crimes?
How much are you willing to let the world know about you through social networking? Do your friends' status updates ever cross the line into too-much-information? Has a scammer on a social networking site ever managed to reel you in?