There was plenty of talk last year after stories surfaced about employers asking for job candidate’s social media passwords. Washington state legislators were among many who proposed a bill to prevent that from happening.
The bill has passed the state Senate and was amended in the state House. Now it goes back to the Senate.
Facebook’s big announcement today wasn’t the phone that was speculated, but it will take over your Android phone if you want.
Facebook announced Facebook Home which will do all your communicating through the app, messaging, voice, comments, and status updates.
The Securities And Exchange Commission announced yesterday that publicly traded companies can announce news on social media sites in addition to traditional media.
The decision stems from an incident last year when Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said on his Facebook page that online viewing has gone over 1 billion hours for the first [...]
There’s an interesting analysis of who changed their Facebook profile picture this week to the red equal sign version of the Human Rights Campaign logo to show their support for same sex marriage in the cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.
The data has been mapped, and the the [...]
If you want to get better at Twitter for your business, the Chamber of Commerce in eastern Connecticut is holding a seminar for you.
It’s free to Chamber members and will be held at Noon on February 13th at the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut, Inc.
914 Hartford Turnpike.
The session will be at noon, Dec. 12 at the chamber office, 914 Hartford Turnpike in Waterford.
Norwich-based marketing firm Miranda Creative will [...]
Non profits that are looking to spread their message through social media are looking for answers and two people from Connecticut will be presenting a panel at a statewide conference on how to do that effectively.
An article in the Meriden Record-Journal said the draft proposal was created after consultation with the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education and the American Civil Liberties Union.
Students can be disciplined for using social media [...]
A group that helps non profits is holding a half day workshop for assist groups who want to get their message out via social media.
Sponsored by the Nonprofit Assistance Initiative, the Community Foundation of Northwest Connecticut and the Connecticut Association of Nonprofits, the event will present the workshops for non profits in the [...]
What can you post about work and still be within your rights as an employee? The answer right now is still murky. An article in the Riverside Press-Enterprise updates on the latest National Labor Relations Board ruling which sides with the employer.
The article describes a case where an employee at a [...]
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