If the Devil wears Prada, what do fashion activists wear? Certainly not fur…
In the early 2000s social media was seen as a way of connecting with friends, chatting with people across the globe and sharing thoughts without the constraint of putting your name to it. But almost 20 years on, this anonymity has contributed to the rise of cyberbullying, fake news, terrorist grooming, child abuse and other toxic activities.
We recently blogged about Crisp developers rigorously testing Facebook updates to protect our clients from bugs that could compromise the security of their Facebook accounts.
We’ve all logged in to our computers and seen automatic updates launch. Whilst it’s not always obvious what has been updated, we take a leap of faith that the programme is still safe to use and won’t put us, or our customers, at risk.
Crisp Thinking CEO and Founder Adam Hildreth will speak about current and emerging social media risks at the next PwC Data Forum in London. The event, on Monday December 5, will see Adam discuss escalating issues like illegal & offensive content, scams, trolls, security risks & more.