Cynthia Hetherington

An specialist in online intelligence and public records research, well known for her expertise in identity theft and privacy issues.


Articles by Cynthia Hetherington


Sharing your thoughts and activities on Facebook in and of of itself is not necessarily a problem. The problem comes when users forget that everyone in their social network is reading their posts. When you post something in frustration over your boss, co-worker, spouse, or friend, remember that the boss, co-worker, spouse, or friend-and all their networked friends (and all of their networked friends)-may also be reading your posts. It is possible to take part in Facebook and still maintain a modicum of privacy. To accomplish this, keep these 10 lessons in mind.
Editorial/Feature - Posted Jan 13, 2012