One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The information about a particular person that exists on the Internet as a result of their online activity.‘there are several ways to ensure your digital footprint doesn't damage your reputation’
- ‘All three were in need of an Internet reputation manager, someone who could help save their online reputation by cleaning up undesirable digital footprints.’
- ‘They're trying to find some kind of digital footprint for this young man.’
- ‘If it's a case of hacking, he says, they'll trace the digital footprint to IP addresses databases with the information to see if they've been compromised.’
- ‘The article details the 'digital footprints' of MPs in social media, with a list of the most interactive MPs and parties on Twitter.’
- ‘It might be that the volume of information becomes so high that people just get lost in all the noise, and your digital footprint is hard to track.’
- ‘"We like to see a well-rounded historic Facebook or Twitter profile as part of a potential customer's digital footprint."’
- ‘Some parents worry that their child's digital footprint is too personal.’
- ‘The misstep does suggest that he has not fully understood that trying to hide one's digital footprint is practically futile.’
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