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Online Privacy Bills are on a huge hype since last year. People are becoming  digitally enhanced with their fast and easy to use gadgets, sharing personal content among blogs, and social media websites. On the other hand, Employers, educational institutions, police, and public agencies are requesting information from these websites to learn more. Is this the privacy we all expect!? Requesting personal information would be just like asking someone to read off their personal email. And everyone would say ‘Nay” to it.

This infographic presented by Background Check, looks at the overall social networking and bill of rights agenda. Get to know about the legal consequences and what bill of rights is about!. (click image to enlarge).

Social Networking Bill of Rights
Via: Online Background Check Resource

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Those days are long gone when cellphones were used to dial numbers, and at most send a message. Currently, everything is done on the phone. Its your mini-computer on the go!. Be it banking, emails, scheduling, networking… Every major aspect has a connectivity towards cellphones or smartphones. Yet in today’s fast paced life, we forget that what harm this technology can bring to us, if we are not careful. Losing a smartphone can bring chaos in your life for a minimal day. Studies show that since last 2 years (2010), identity theft has went up by 13%. Point being, a big contribution is being made by the huge outflow of smartphones in consumer market.

This infographic, tells us about our smartphones and what they are capable of revealing. We find some interesting facts about people, what they are likely to see or ‘check-out’ if they get their hands on one, information a smartphone can reveal, and what to do if you lose one. Decent design and color scheme makes it easier for the reader to go throw the information and facts. Moreover, tips have been given in order to prepare for the worst. Enjoy and feel free to comment. (click image for better view).

What Our Phones Can Reveal About Us
From: Background Check Resource

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Do you think that everything is safe online; be it online purchases or data storage!?. You might need to re-think the whole Information Technology and Security chapter. In 2011, 174 million online records were compromised in IT hack downs. The tracking started in 2004, and this number is the highest since then. This infographic titled ‘Worst IT Security Breaches Debriefed’  gives us an outlook on the topic it self, the occurrence, and some important case details and their results.

35 million South Koreans, 77 million PlayStation accounts, and 134 million credit card accounts are just few to name!. (Click on the image to enlarge the size).

Worst IT Security Breaches Debriefed
Source: Background Check Guide

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What is Pinterest? A social network which allows user to organize and share things they like by simply pinning them. Users can pin content to their online bulletin boards and share them. Yes, it can be a great educational tool. This infographic shared by one of our regular contributors, Saleem looks at some interesting ways this tool can be used for educational purposes. Again, a simple design, easy to go through or as well say user friendly.

Enjoy and feel free to share and comment.

16 Ways Educators Use Pinterest
Source: Online Universities Blog

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Information Technology is one of the globe’s rapid growing industry. It is overtaking every single doable thing by its own charm. As the intro para of this infographic says ‘yet from where is starts in Silicon Valley to where it ends in the bands of consumers, technology presents an irreconcilable flaw: it seems to be racist’. Meaning Information Technology has a flaw, and its racist. Find out why?…

Tech is Racist
Created by: OnlineITDegree.net

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Wikipedia, as we all know is a free encyclopedia available online. Currently it consists of over 22 million articles in number of different languages. (285 in total). This infographic, with a simple old paper tone, looks at Wikipedia and reason why it has overtaken encyclopedia, making Britannica shut down their printing presses after 244 years. Content, rank, visitors, operational costs and more are some of the many facts and figures laid out.  Have a look and don’t forget to comment.

Via: Open-Site.org

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Its a rule of nature. Every thing, living or non-living has a good and bad side; a pro and con. It can be extremely good or extremely bad. Television is one of those inventions. It can claim guilt over a number of things. Yet, on the contrary, this media is a huge educational tool. From childhood to teenage, we travel around different countries, get to see people doing innovations, different cultures, and lifestyles. It can be a huge source of inspiration for many. And when that inspiration heads towards extreme, it lays out negative vibes and effects.

This infographic, we are about to share reflects some facts about impact of television on Child’s brain. We look at doctor recommendations, actual child habits, what they watch on tv, and how does tv impact child’s brain overall. Graphic being light in colors with dark borders and colorful vectors give out a warm feel matching with the topic line. Hence, making the graphic easier to read and calm for eyes as well.


source: OnlineCollegeCourses

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iPad 3, the third generation of Apple’s tablet is to be released this year. Apart from running Apple’s iOS, good battery life, HD screen, a bit more is expected from users. That can include Flash integration, better camera and keyboard. (according to consumer reports). Rumors aside, here we share neatly designed infographic about iPad 3. Titled’ ‘USA in anticipation of the new iPad’, its a overview of facts and figures taken from a number of surveys taken within United States. Who will upgrade?, what could Apple do to make more people buy it?, paid and free apps ratio, model distribution, time usage comparison and more were some categories from the survey.

Have a look and don’t forget to comment about iPad 3 and / or this infographic.


source: CI

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Yes we are back!. Its been a while since we posted anything on WT. Because of a number of reasons which we will get into later. Thanks to Saleem for continuously sharing great infographics with us. We are to share this specific one, which looks at classroom in its new digitized look. Be it the way of learning or accessing material via web, or interaction with fellow classmates or faculty via tools such as Moodle, Blackboard etc. Enjoy this infographic and feel free to go viral!.

The Digital Classroom
Source: Accredited Online Universities Guide

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Open-source, is a well known methodology which promotes free distribution to end product designs. It holds a big part in the wider development of technology. ‘Open-course-ware’, on the contrary refers to academic material that is shared freely on world wide web. Or more commonly, as we all know ‘digital publications’. In this article, we share ‘State of Opencourseware’. A well designed infographic which gives an outlook on the concept, programs offered, effect on education, statistics, challenges, solutions and future expectations.

The State of OpenCourseWareVia: Online College Courses Blog