The Re-Emergence of the Private Social Network

Amid a big year of data security concerns and intellectual property issues with 3rd party social networks, it’s no wonder Stanford University’s registrar Tom Black has turned to private when it comes to building social networking features like group chat for students.

“We have a legal responsibility to protect student’s data and we take that very seriously. We needed a way to allow our more than sixteen thousand students, thousands of faculty and staff, plus Alumni, to connect with each other in robust ways, safely,” says Black.

Read more here: http://onforb.es/1elzVWO

By Gretchen Fox, Co-founder at [made to order]

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The Re-Emergence of the Private Social Network

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