About 4.8 million people may have used Facebook to say where they planned to go on a certain day, a potential tip-off for burglars.
Nine out of ten of Americans surveyed said that companies fail to exceed their service expectations, while one out of two respondents walked away from an intended purchase in the past year because of a poor customer service, according to a new survey.
It seems debt collectors are using social media to track their targets. They can even set up a bogus profile and friend you to get your personal data.
AT&T (on downloads) and Verizon (on uploads) have the fastest 4G speeds of the four major carriers, according to PCWorld’s latest testing in 13 U.S. cities.
With a few days remaining until the April 17 tax-filing deadline, the Internal Revenue Services is prepping last-minute tips for taxpayers through the agency’s Twitter news feed.
With the help of focus group sessions held in three U.S. cities, the Small Business Administration has initiated online strategies that have increased participation in SBA loan programs and driven higher visitor traffic.
The Federal Trade Commission, the nation’s chief privacy enforcer, is urging companies to immediately make “privacy the default setting” for commercial data practices targeting consumers.
The uproar is growing over reports that both public and private employers are asking job candidates for their Facebook passwords, among other social media credentials.
The Federal Reserve Board Wednesday launched its official Twitter channel – @federalreserve – furthering its new mission of greater accessibility and educating the public on its monetary policy and efforts to protect the financial system.
American Express is using the micro-blogging giant Twitter to give its U.S. card members a new social media twist on merchant discounts.