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Daily Dashboard | Op-ed: Maintaining privacy while building an online presence Related reading: How the Washington Privacy Act stacks up to the CCPA


In the latest installment of The New York Times “Privacy Project,” Wirecutter Staff Writer Thorin Klosowski writes how employees can build an online presence without giving up individual privacy. Klosowski notes, “Retaining the type of social footprint required for work while still managing personal privacy isn’t easy, nor is it foolproof.” The writer adds that having an online presence of some sort is a requirement for some jobs, and at the least, an employee should “take control over what’s shared and treat a majority of social networks for what they are: a résumé.” Meanwhile, Verge writer Dan Rosenbaum notes that users may want to check the small print of their fitness app to ensure their data is being protected. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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