Instagram: A Dream App for Stalkers and Burglars

April 12, 2013

Instagram is here to stay. Know how I know that?

$1,000,000,000.00

That's how much Facebook paid for the smartphone app that lets users add artistic filters to their photos. You don't buy a company for that much money just to watch it fade away.

Personally, I'm fine with all of this. I really enjoy Instagram. I like reliving all of the

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3 Easy Ways to Meet a Parent's Privacy Expectations

May 09, 2012
This guest post is based on a chapter in Managing Legal Risks in Early Childhood Programs: How to Prevent Flare-Ups from Becoming Lawsuits, a new book co-authored by Tom Copeland and Holly Elissa Bruno that will be published by Teachers College Press this fall.

In an age where our privacy is rapidly eroding, what do parents expect of their child care center or family child care provider about protecting their family’s privacy?

Parents expect their child care program to keep confidential everything they know about their

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Color: Why You Should Be Scared

March 25, 2011

The social world was buzzing yesterday following the launch of a brand new, mobile-based, photo-sharing app called Color. Many of the most respected technology pundits and bloggers around are raving about the potential for Color to change the way people interact with their surroundings. The excitement surrounding the potential for Color can be summed up in a single number: $41,000,000. That is how much venture capital the developers raised before the product even

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