Yahooooooooooo!! That’s what called CyberExcitement!!! Catherine Teitelbaum from Yahoo Interview!
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Stop. Think. Connect. Do You Know The Risks That Face Your Child? Catherine Teitelbaum, From Yahoo
Catherine Teitelbaum is the Director of Child Safety and Product Policy for Yahoo! Inc, the world’s largest global online network of integrated services with more than 600 million users worldwide. During her decade long career at Yahoo!
Catherine has been responsible for wide array of children’s, education and safety products as well as leading community and content standard development and enforcement for all of Yahoo!’s broad network of products
Stop. Think. Connect. Do You Know The Risks That Face Your Child? Catherine Teitelbaum from Yahoo talked about all that is Yahoo on the web right now, when it comes to CyberSecurity!
A discussion about online safety from the July 2010 Yahoo MotherBoard Summit featuring Catherine Teitelbaum (Yahoo Policy Director for Child Safety), Anne Toth (Yahoo’s VP and Head of Privacy), Officer Holly Lawrence, and Jeanne Moeschler (Yahoo Social Marketing).
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The problem with Smartphone technology is that if your GPS is left on it embeds your GPS location in what’s called the meta data of the picture; which means the background information that tells you the date, the time, what kind of camera the picture was taken with and if the GPS is turned on it also embeds the GPS longitude and latitude coordinates into that picture.
So now you have this young teenage girl half naked with a picture on the internet that anyone can download and with free software finds out the location base on GPS coordinates of where that picture was taken – which is generally her bedroom or bathroom or something to that effect.
The danger here for these kids is extreme, because you have sick people on the internet who may find these pictures and then is able to geolocate your daughters based on the information… You should download and read the complete quote
By Chris Hadnagy http://social-engineer.org/