SLICE is a M-F news digest targeted to assist Social Media Managers, Virtual Assistants, and Small Business Owners make sense of all the day to day social media news. Bypass the fluff. Focus on the good stuff.
540 MILLION FACEBOOK USER RECORDS EXPOSED- No. Not an old story.
Security firm UpGuard posted this on Wednesday:
“The UpGuard Cyber Risk team can now report that two more third-party developed Facebook app datasets have been found exposed to the public internet.”
Payments .com reports that its not known how long the exposed data was available or visible, or who may have gotten to it, if anyone did at all.
C’mon man 🤦🏻♂️ More…
SLICE SPECIAL OF THE DAY
5 PRO SMALL BIZ SEO TIPS FROM A CEO- Nothing better than getting tips from someone with inside info… like… the person responsible for making all the key business decisions for a company. Neel Sinha, Founder, MyLnk offers 5 tips to help your website rank higher with Google. He should know.
One of the things he covers is the difference between on-page optimization and off-page optimization. Did you know about that? More…
6 TIPS TO ENHANCE INSTAGRAM STORIES- As popular as Instagram Stories are, that popularity means your client accounts have greater competition. How do you stand out from the noise? Social Media Examiner offers 6 tips to make Stories people will love to watch! More…
AUSTRALIA PASSES TOUGH LAW ON SOCIAL MEDIA EXECS- We talked yesterday about Australia’s planned response against the weaponization of social media by terrorists. But now that the law has passed, a closer look indicates that social media executives could be imprisoned if their platforms stream real violence!
This is a very strong response by the conservative government to the March 15 attacks in Christchurch where allegedly an Australian white supremacist operated a helmet-mounted camera to broadcast live on Facebook as he shot innocent people in two mosques. More…
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