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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
12/15/2017 1:32:20 PM
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Re: My security breach story
@mporaryan:

Good points raised.

You are very right - there could be no generic balance. No one model fits all. My balance limit could be too high or even too low for others for whatever valid reasons. Hence it's all based on needs and every individual is responsible to set their own balance standards.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
12/13/2017 5:37:22 PM
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Re: Security Breach Story
As we look to 2018, it is up to us whether we wish to truly be transformational in terms of how we engage, how we interact and take advantage of the future as I underscore the simple yet crucial fact:  Onward to 2018 with all its' possiblities....

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
12/13/2017 5:35:18 PM
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Re: My security breach story
As I reflected upon this discourse, the key word you noted was "Reasonable"--some of us, though, are a bit "over the top" (and I count myself amongst them partly due to my responsiblities at the startup I work in, The Daily Outsider.

I wonder what is the balance though...a profound challenge no doubt....

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
12/13/2017 4:56:46 PM
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Re: My security breach story
@Michelle:

I would say it is good to have a reasonable social presence. So parents can direct kids at teh right age to have that option. Having an email account could be the first of all and rest could be persoanl choices.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
12/13/2017 4:55:02 PM
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Re: Security Breach Story
@elizabethv:

I know several folks who has been managing a facebook account, a website for their kids since the kids were born. I use to have a coworker back in 2000 who started maintaining a website back then. 

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elizabethv
elizabethv
11/29/2017 9:05:13 AM
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Re: Security Breach Story
@ms. akkineni - I thought it was a really cute idea. I also really liked the idea that they added to it that you could email them periodically, or daily, as they grew up. And then let them check the email address whenever you decide and they can read all the emails you had been sending them. Awesome idea, but in the words of a fellow wise woman - "ain't nobody got time for that!" 

I say this and then think I should probably get my butt over to gmail and just do it. 

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Michelle
Michelle
11/28/2017 2:03:52 PM
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Re: My security breach story
I think it's time for an After School Special...

What did you learn from this exchange?

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
11/25/2017 8:19:06 PM
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Re: Security Breach Story
@mp:

Exactly, we can do so much while kids outsmart in many possible ways. But ofcourse we would never stop doing what we are supposed to, at least i wouldn't.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
11/25/2017 7:44:01 PM
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Re: Security Breach Story
@Michelle:

My kid got his email id created when he was in middle school. Fortunately he had no issues in getting his desired email address. So it was pretty smooth and he was all set and ready when he got to his high school, one less thing to worry about.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
11/25/2017 7:40:10 PM
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Re: Security Breach Story
@elizabeth:

That makes lot of sense, not just thinking about availability of email addresses due to name conflicts but just as a standard practice.

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