On the web, piracy is just a common word. Anything that goes with content, can be pirated, no matter how good you prevent it from happening. What's worse, pirated contents are frequently used for revenue gaining without proper attribution.
As popular as they can be, social media networks have provided people the ability to voice their thoughts and opinions like never before. With them, people can express their feelings towards other people, brands - in short, anything and anyone.
What people say can be either good or bad, but that alone can't determine your social media campaign's success.
Once connected to the internet, there is no saying how and when you'll be the next victim. Whatever your method is, there is always a flaw that could be compromised sooner or later.
There are many groups of hackers that are active in cybercrime. They're are either fighting to "free humanity and speech", rebel against something they dislike, or just doing what they do best. Hackers can come from different countries and demography: from a single fighter doing things he thinks is right to teenagers living in their parents' home.
The internet is indeed getting larger. With more visuals accompanying text contents, we are seeing more clicks and engagements on contents that have included compelling images.
Images appeal and carry more influence than plain information, and that is the reason why the web is just so colorful.
The challenge when having an active blog with a hefty amount of visitors is to keep pleasing them more. One of the most important ways to make readers happy is to give them more and more reading articles, and that is by creating new ones fast.
However, there is one thing that concerns: writing new contents is time-consuming. Content marketers tend to deal with multiple tasks that involve: social media content, newsletter, writing articles for websites and blogs, attending and replying individuals and more. The lack of time is the main challenge for them.
Social media networks have billions of users. Having that much users hungry for updates and information, they're all potential targets for your campaign. To get the attentions of many those, many brands and internet marketers have used hashtags to boost their sales.
Using hashtags is one of the many ways get attention on social media networks. But their existence have become one of the most prominent because of their effectiveness.
End-to-end encryption (E2EE) is where communications are encrypted. The system that allows only the communicating users to read messages, has become something in common, particularly on services that want to prevent potential eavesdroppers.
The system uses encryption keys that are only known by the communicating parties. To achieve this goal, the system must first encrypt the data using a pre-arranged string of symbols that are called pre-shared secret (PGP), or a one-time secret key using Derived Unique Key Per Transaction (DUKPT).
Facebook is a giant on the web. Pretty much ruling the social media sphere, the social giant is indeed a place where most digital socialization takes place.
With massive amount of users, Facebook's "main attraction" is its News Feed. The endless stream of updates, shares (and ads), are what makes this particular feature engaging and interesting. While most of Facebook users use Facebook as it is, there are many people who are curious about how this News Feed thingy works.