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(Edvantage)   It's very important that you learn exactly how privacy settings work. Especially if you're a teacher who accepts friend requests from your students. Doubly so if you're not 100% sure about the privacy settings on the nude photos you uploaded   (edvantage.com.sg) divider line 21
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2013-07-12 11:36:23 AM
3 votes:
Any professor/teacher that who accepts social media friend requests from students to their own "personal" account is an idiot and should be culled from the herd probably needs a refresher course in professional ethics.  Yes, I have colleagues that do this who are otherwise pretty awesome people. I'm am prohibited by both state law and professional ethics from slapping them full across the face in the office hallway. Its a completely avoidable scandal and problem waiting to happen.
2013-07-12 03:55:17 PM
2 votes:
This took forever to find.

Nude Java woman. Obviously NSFW.
2013-07-12 01:38:51 PM
2 votes:

ReverendR: Between hacks and screw ups I just run on the assumption that anything I post anywhere on Facebook will eventually be seen by everyone, projected on the sky in hundred foot high letters of flame.  It's an assumption that so far has served me well.


It has served GORGOR as well.
2013-07-12 01:17:53 PM
2 votes:

Kome: lewismarktwo: MyToeHurts: I get that teachers are using Facebook and other social sites to connect with their student. I can see how it can be benificial. But why not have two accounts? One for personal/private use only. And the other for proffesional/public use. It seems a no brainer to me.

You can do that?!

That's what I do. One for family, one for friends. I don't bother with one for business relationships, since I don't really have any reason to know about their personal lives. But It's do-able. Just make another e-mail address and create a new account.


Yeah, I have a goof account I use to keep up with friends.  I really should get around to making an account with my real name for use with business.  The only thing stopping me is my name is not so common and I don't want a few people looking me up.
2013-07-12 01:01:40 PM
2 votes:
Between hacks and screw ups I just run on the assumption that anything I post anywhere on Facebook will eventually be seen by everyone, projected on the sky in hundred foot high letters of flame.  It's an assumption that so far has served me well.
2013-07-12 12:48:47 PM
2 votes:
I disagree that it is inherently bad for teachers and students to be 'friends' on facebook. But it is encumbent on the teacher to then be pretty careful about what they post. I officially don't accept friend requests from students until after they leave the school I'm in, but the reality is most of them can see my wall because I'm friends with siblings who have graduated or parents (very small town). I'm as careful as if I did become friends with them.

Note, I'm also in Canada where if I have a picture with a drink in hand they won't crucify me.
2013-07-12 12:42:21 PM
2 votes:
My rule is no Facebook friends with anyone I have any sort of business relationship with, until the business relationship ends.  (I.e., coworkers, so, former coworkers, yes.)
2013-07-12 04:06:24 PM
1 votes:

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: This took forever to find.

Nude Java woman. Obviously NSFW.


ionehellobeautiful.files.wordpress.com
2013-07-12 02:33:03 PM
1 votes:
My FaceBook page has the lowest possible security settings.

I don't need to set them any higher as I NEVER post any anything that I want to remain private.

Sure the lack of incriminating statements and nude pictures may result in a bland FaceBook page.  Of course the upside is I don't have to worry about being embarrassed, losing my job, or being charge with a crime.
2013-07-12 02:16:25 PM
1 votes:

Fano: ReverendR: Between hacks and screw ups I just run on the assumption that anything I post anywhere on Facebook will eventually be seen by everyone, projected on the sky in hundred foot high letters of flame.  It's an assumption that so far has served me well.

It has served GORGOR as well.


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Gorgor?
2013-07-12 01:54:46 PM
1 votes:
The lesson here: don't farking post naked pictures of yourself online, as the internet is the opposite of privacy.
2013-07-12 01:33:19 PM
1 votes:
Yeah, my rule is no friending students. Period. I don't even tell them I have fb/twitter. It's just not worth it.
2013-07-12 01:18:37 PM
1 votes:
Probably a good idea for teachers to keep nude photos off the Internet entirely, cause that's far less effort than getting everybody to realize that teachers, being humans, are sexual beings too. And as long as it's between consenting informed parties nobody should care what they are into.
2013-07-12 01:03:54 PM
1 votes:
Dear Teachers

Fark the dads!

Sincerely,

A dad.
2013-07-12 12:53:23 PM
1 votes:
" I disagree that it is inherently bad for teachers and students to be 'friends' on facebook. But it is encumbent on the teacher to then be pretty careful about what they post"

Any teacher who is on Facebook should have one account for school and students and another one for private use.
I always kept my private life separate from business and I just worked on cars.
/can't imagine what a teacher goes thru.
2013-07-12 12:52:50 PM
1 votes:

MyToeHurts: I get that teachers are using Facebook and other social sites to connect with their student. I can see how it can be benificial. But why not have two accounts? One for personal/private use only. And the other for proffesional/public use. It seems a no brainer to me.


You can do that?!
2013-07-12 12:50:41 PM
1 votes:
I get that teachers are using Facebook and other social sites to connect with their student. I can see how it can be benificial. But why not have two accounts? One for personal/private use only. And the other for proffesional/public use. It seems a no brainer to me.
2013-07-12 12:36:37 PM
1 votes:
I wouldn't assume that someone uploading nude photos to Facebook wishes to keep them private. If you're that farked up, maybe accepting friend requests from students is just a hopeful opportunity...
2013-07-12 12:01:13 PM
1 votes:
Nude photos are against Facebook's TOS.
2013-07-12 11:15:51 AM
1 votes:
I'm surprised this doesn't happen more often.
2013-07-12 11:07:16 AM
1 votes:
the article is worthless without links to pics
 
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