There isn’t yet a one-size-fits-all way to prepare for or respond to social-media search demands—or device searches—at the border. But there are guidelines.
In revealing that it had been storing unencrypted user passwords, the social media company requests, but doesn’t force, Twitter password resets of its 330 million users—the “bare minimum for doing right” by them, one expert says.
HIPAA doesn’t apply to comments you post on Twitter or groups you join on Facebook. While mining such data can be valuable for preventive health efforts, privacy advocates are concerned.