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Protecting Your Internet Identity: Are You Naked Online?
Today people have an offline reputation and image, but are increasingly creating one or more online personas. Their online image is having an impact on them in many ways. Employers are hiring and firing based on people s online activities. Criminals are using online identities to abuse or steal from victims. Cyberbullies are taking advantage of those who reveal themselves ...more
Hardcover, 220 pages
Published April 16th 2012 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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The book was awesome! It was not difficult to read it as the topics on the book where closely related to my everyday online life. The Scenarios established gave more reason why to watch your online activity. For example, it talked about people stealing your identity and how business tracks your every move online. Criminals stole identities through information they acquired through Facebook Paige's or trough malware they had stored on your computer. Normally I would not worry about someone stalki ...more
Before I picked up this book, I felt like I knew a lot of the subject matter--I mean, I'm an academic librarian, I work with information (and the Internet) every day, and I'm regularly telling students the importance of choosing and evaluating the right online sources for their papers. But in the past year, I've had a variety of experiences that make this book uber-relevant: finding undesirable information about someone on the Internet by simply searching their name, having my Facebook account a ...more
Theodore F. Claypoole is a Member of Womble Carlyle Sandridge and Rice in the Intellectual Property Transaction group in Charlotte, and the leader of its Privacy and Data Management Team. He has long been charged with internet privacy issues as in-house corporate counsel for CompuServe and as assistant general counsel for Bank of America. Ted has served on a U.S. Justice Department computer crimes ...moreMore about Ted Claypoole...