Today at the conference there was a funny and interesting session about social media and the problems that sometimes occur when people post pictures of themselves on Facebook, etc. One key takeaway: the courts have repeatedly ruled that no one has any expectation of privacy regarding anything on social media. Why? Because social media exists to share personal information. Were that not the case the sites wouldn’t exist.
Another fun (and funny) activity at this year’s conference is the nightly karaoke sessions at the bar down the street from my hotel. I’ve never been into karaoke, but I gave it a try (as a performer) two nights ago and now I’m hooked. But you won’t see me posting pictures or video. It’s just running in my head as good memories.