The report found that nearly all (99 percent) the responding programs reported that Facebook is the most misused social media platform by abusers. Facebook is a key place for offenders to access information about victims or harass them by direct messaging or via their friends and family. The respondents included national domestic violence programs, sexual assault programs, law enforcement, prosecutor's offices and civil legal services.
Today is a big step in our march toward equality. Gay and lesbian couples now have the right to marry, just like anyone else. #LoveWins — President Obama (@POTUS) June 26, 2015 Today the Supreme Court ruled in favor of marriage equality.
In case you haven’t heard, today is a great day for love in the US. Same-sex marriage was just legalized across the entire country in a historic Supreme Court ruling, and the internet is basically a big pride party right now.
In a paper released on Monday, Christine Greenhow, an assistant professor of education at Michigan State University, argues that using informal social-media settings to carry on debates about science can help students refine their argumentative skills, increase their scientific literacy, and supplement learning in the classroom. Past studies have shown that informal settings, like conversations with friends, can facilitate learning, but according to Ms. Greenhow, very little has been studied about informal online contexts and social networks, like Facebook applications.
There are tried and true methods for recruiting like networking events, career fairs, and referrals. Now headhunters can take the best traits of those methods and use them on Twitter, which is an increasingly popular way to connect qualified candidates with open positions. Companies from small businesses to Fortune 50 stalwarts use it to find applicants, and with 58 percent of job seekers using the site in their job searches, Twitter is becoming a recruiting powerhouse.
Kindle e-book readers will now have a new way to socialize with their friends about their favorite books or quotes from those books by way of mobile messaging apps, including Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, texting, and more.
Google is celebrating the legalization of same-sex marriage across the United States following a Supreme Court ruling on Friday Colorful artwork appears when you type certain words into Google's search engine, including "gay marriage," "same-sex...
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