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Daily Dashboard | Intel Offers Book Download for Data Holiday Related reading: Target agrees to pay $18.5M for 2013 data breach

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In recognition of Data Privacy Day, Intel is offering free downloads of a book on privacy and social media. Written by Stanford business school student Matt Ivester--who previously founded gossip website juicycampus.com--LOL...OMG describes why individuals need to protect their privacy in their use of social media and provides practical steps on how to do so, according to Intel's Director of Security Policy and Global Privacy Officer David Hoffman, CIPP/US. The book is especially relevant for older high school and college students but is "an entertaining read that offers excellent practical advice on how to use technology to defend your online reputation" for any age, Hoffman says.
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