"In 2009, nursing student Amanda Tatro argued that her private Facebook postings about dissecting a cadaver in one of her classes were protected speech under the first amendment. In 2012, the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled that the “the university may regulate student speech on Facebook that violates established professional conduct strategies” and that the failing grade Tatro earned as a result of her Facebook postings was appropriate."
"A 2013 survey found that 8% of individuals aged 16-24 had lost a job opportunity due to social media. A 2012 survey reported that 40% of hiring managers consult social media when screening job applicants. A third of the managers who consulted social media rejected an applicant based on what they found. Yet, “70% of those [young people] surveyed said they weren’t concerned about social media harming their future career prospects.”"
"However, in the 21st century, those who are digitally illiterate will no longer simply be consumers of digital technology. They will be consumed."
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