This morning on BBC News, the story broke about Google's changes
Updated 1st March 2012 at 09:23 PM by CAM
Well, no, I am not fired but this poor Apple employee was for making comments about his employer on Facebook.
It shows that you need to be careful what you say these days. All too often I see comments on Twitter or Facebook about people hating their job and often they don't realise, if I can see the comment so can their boss. What makes this case more chilling is the post in question had privacy settings applied so the poster thought it was safe, but a colleague on the access list
Facebook profiles have become a bit of a commodity these days for crooks looking to cash in on unsuspecting members of the public. From spam messages to social engineering scams, the holy grail for any attacker is open access to a person's profile. From here, they can capture details about a person's private life along with their family, friends, business contacts and everything they require to pull the perfect scam.
On the same note I paid a visit to the Apple Store in London today
Updated 18th March 2011 at 01:06 AM by CAM