Today’s New York Times featured a story about the way social networking can relieve its users of their privacy. Click here to see the story.
Implications: With all the recent publicity given to sexting or sharing all-too-graphic photos by text message, people MUST be getting the message that all forms of electronic communication leave a traceable digital fingerprint. Still, one sees plenty of party shots on Facebook or other social sites… just as available to a potential employer as it might be to your party friends.
What do you think? Will people become more cautious or private in their online communications? Or will we simply become a more candid society? And in what ways might that influence the way you communicate with your customers and prospects?