CISPA: SOPA’s Meaner, Uglier Cousin, Will Kill Your Privacy. [infographic]

CISPA: SOPA’s Meaner, Uglier Cousin, Will Kill Your Privacy. [infographic]

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Infographic for your Monday morning - Is personalized search getting too personal? User Thoughts on Personalized Search
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Infographic for your Monday morning - Is personalized search getting too personal? User Thoughts on Personalized Search

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Social Media Security Basics [infographic]
from OhMyGov: 6 Ways to Prevent Your Social Media Account from being Hacked
Their tips:
Ditch the easy passwords
Lock your accounts
Avoid add-ons
Scan your computer for viruses regularly
Keep your web browser current
Use common sense

Social Media Security Basics [infographic]

from OhMyGov: 6 Ways to Prevent Your Social Media Account from being Hacked

Their tips:

  1. Ditch the easy passwords
  2. Lock your accounts
  3. Avoid add-ons
  4. Scan your computer for viruses regularly
  5. Keep your web browser current
  6. Use common sense

#cildc Thursday sessions list o’ links

I don’t know if this will be of use anyone but me, but I was trying to go over the Computers in Libraries sessions (both those I attended and those I didn’t) to find what I could of the presentation slides/handouts/blog posts and I was getting bogged down in links and files, so I made these lists of links. If anyone knows of stuff that could be on here that I missed, do let me know (use the ‘ask me anything’ link).

Thursday

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#cildc E204: Google Plus? Or Minus? #cilgplus

E204: Google Plus or Google Minus?
Julie Strange (@strnglibrarian)
Joel Shields (@shieldss)
J. Shore (@7shores)
Patricia F. Anderson (@pfanderson) ->virtually
#cilgplus

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#cildc E202: IT Security for Libraries

E202: IT Security for Libraries
Blake Carver (owner of LISHost.org)
http://lisnews.org/security/

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Ten years ago if you were to ask someone the question, ‘Do you need antivirus?’ the overwhelming response would be, ‘Absolutely, my entire security strategy is based on endpoint antivirus,’” says Paul Carugati, a security architect with Motorola Solutions. “Today … I don’t want to downplay the need for it, but it has certainly lost its effectiveness.
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Lifehacker: Use This Infographic to Pick a Good, Strong Password

Lifehacker: Use This Infographic to Pick a Good, Strong Password