This paper from the Brennan Center for Justice maps social media exploitation by the four parts of Department of Homeland Security that are most central to immigration: Customs and Border Protection, the Transportation Security Administration, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. It also examines DHS’s cooperation with the Department of State, which plays a key role in immigration vetting.
Social Media Monitoring: How the Department of Homeland Security Uses Digital Data in the Name of National Security
CIPM, CIPP/A, CIPP/C, CIPP/E, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, CIPT
Social Media Monitoring in K-12 Schools
The Center for Democracy and Technology has outlined six concerns related to social media monitoring in K-12 schools. Click To View (PDF) ...
Teenagers on social media: Understanding & managing privacy
This report from the World Wide Web Foundation looks at how teenagers in low-and middle-income countries think about social media and their data privacy. Click To View (PDF) ...
Conducting Social Media Background Checks
The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia has developed this guidance to help organizations and public bodies navigate social media background checks and privacy laws. Click To View (PDF) ...
Child Safety Online: A Practical Guide for Providers of Social Media and Interactive Services
This guide from the U.K. Department for Culture Media & Sport is designed to help you ingrain online child safety into your Web or mobile business. It uses the six principles of the ICT Coalition for Children Online: content; parental controls; dealing with abuse/misuse; child abuse or illegal c...