The Crazy, Cool and Unsettling Ways Police Are Using Social Media Entrepreneur If you want to successfully run an organization, you can't afford to ignore social media. That's especially true if you're a running a police department.
17 lawmakers honored for social media use The Hill (blog) Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), Sens. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and fourteen other lawmakers were given awards of their use of social media on Monday.
NPR (blog) Can't Ask That? Some Job Interviewers Go To Social Media Instead NPR (blog) About a dozen states have banned employers from asking workers for their social media passwords, and Congress is considering several measures that would make...
Pottsgrove viral video incident exposes social media's dark side The Mercury Ziegler, an unabashed advocate for using social media as a tool to connect with students, parents and staff, allowed the senior to tweet about her day in school, he said,...
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Strictly Legal: Employers' social media rules limited Cincinnati.com Jack Greiner is a lawyer with the Graydon Head law firm in Cincinnati and represents Enquirer Media in First Amendment and media issues.
NPR (blog) Not-So-Social Media: Why People Have Stopped Talking On Phones NPR (blog) Emma Wisniewski felt exposed. The New York-based actress had moments where she had to open up in a way that made her feel particularly vulnerable.