Posts Tagged “twitter”

Two-factor authentication for Twitter

by Laurie Anstis on May 24, 2013

A couple of months ago I wrote about the security of corporate Twitter accounts following the #hmvXFactorFiring incident. This week, Twitter have announced an important new security feature – two-factor authentication, or “login verification” as they call it. A full (…)

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The social media law project

by Laurie Anstis on March 13, 2013

Sean Jones QC of 11KBW has today launched “The Social Media Law Project“. The project has two aims – first, the development of a balanced “open source” social media policy for use by employers, and second, to be a resource (…)

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Control of corporate Twitter accounts, and #hmvXFactorFiring

by Laurie Anstis on February 1, 2013

HMV were in the news yesterday for the wrong reasons, when the individual or individuals with access to their official Twitter account (@hmvtweets) caused an internet sensation by using the account to let the world know what they felt about (…)

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Getting the most out of Twitter – finding your community

by Laurie Anstis on January 3, 2012

In my earlier post I set out some basics that I found useful to get myself started on Twitter. This post is all about finding people to follow, and finding your own community on Twitter. In my experience, Twitter works best (…)

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by Laurie Anstis on August 12, 2011

The #ukemplaw hashtag on Twitter is one year old today. At the time it was suggested, there was no hashtag for dealing with UK employment law topics. #emplaw was being used occasionally, but was dominated by US law, so any searches would (…)

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