Online criminals attempt to steal Twitter passwords by posting phishing messages from British Gas’s support account.
Next time you check out the popular videos on YouTube, should you be wondering if they are *really* popular… or if someone has paid money to artificially boost their apparent number of views?
Someone at CNN’s social media team clearly could do with a freshen-up on their computer security training.
If the person you are firing has the keys to your social media presence (such as your Twitter account), it might be an idea to change the password *before* firing that person.
Check out this video where Graham Cluley, The Guardian’s James Ball and the Independent’s Martha Gill discuss social media, online privacy and freedom.