Your cloud assets and profiles after you die

@pauljacobson any chance you could do a post on what happens to your cloud based assets (apps, music, etc) when you die?— Imel Rautenbach (@imel) January 5, 2012 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Imel Rautenbach recently asked me what happens to your content and profiles in the cloud when you die. Its an important question and I've started hearing... Continue Reading →

The trouble with online defamation

I frequently receive calls or emails from people asking for help with online defamation, usually on Facebook. The people who contact me are often at their wits' end and want to sue the people defaming them, thinking that will fix the problem. Unfortunately, that can often make it worse. The challenge with online defamation is... Continue Reading →

Regulators: Hands off the social Web

Two recent events have sparked debates about whether the social Web should be censored: the first is the recent civil unrest in London and the second is a recent report in the Sunday Times about a racist calling himself "Eugene Terrorblanche" publishing a deeply disturbing photo on Facebook (it turns out this is an old... Continue Reading →

Legal compliance through Online Reputation Management

Online Reputation Management (commonly referred to as "ORM") solutions are popular with companies that have social media initiatives. These solutions enable companies to monitor the social media landscape for keyword and brand mentions that they often select based on their areas of interest. Two local solutions are BrandsEye and saidWot (Disclosure: saidWot's sister company, Virtuosa,... Continue Reading →

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