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Social Media Response to Nepal Earthquake
April 28th, 2015 by Jessica Cherok
Social media is once again proving how vital it can be in disaster situations. Following this weekend’s earthquake in Nepal, several social media sites have created tools to help people let their loved ones know they are safe or gather information on the missing. Facebook created Safety Check, where users can “mark themselves safe.”

Clean Up Your Social Media Past
April 27th, 2015 by Jessica Cherok
Maybe you’re fresh out of college, or suddenly find yourself looking for a new career. Either way, you’re on the hunt for a new job, and it’s time to clean up your social media image. But sifting through hundreds (or thousands!) of posts across various social media sites can be daunting.
Man Booted From Flight Over Tweet
April 24th, 2015 by Jessica Cherok
Want to be banned from an airline? Try tweeting about hacking into the plane’s onboard computer system. As if most of us didn’t already know this — it’s not the best idea to go on social media and joke about hacking into the flight's operating system and deploying the oxygen masks.
Oversharenting: Acceptable or Social Faux-Pas?
April 23rd, 2015 by Jennifer Graber
Posts on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter vary greatly with regards to topic and context, so it would not be uncommon to see photos and hashtags regarding drunken nights out, lunch, ethical dilemmas, vacations, and shopping excursions all in one news feed. Of course, it just would not be social media without the inevitable cute kid posts. Your news feed is likely full of photos and videos of Baby Eva’s precious tutu, Little Seamus’ first attempt...
Zuckerberg's Online Book Club Thrives
April 22nd, 2015 by Shalice Sherald
A few months ago, I told you all about Mark Zuckerberg’s New Year's resolution to read more books. Zuckerberg decided to include all his Facebook friends. With a whopping 287,104 likes in February, the page has grown to 397,520 likes in just two months! Every two weeks, Zuckerberg picks a new book...
Is Facebook's Internet.org Against Net Neutrality?
April 22nd, 2015 by Jessica Cherok
Recently, Internet.org has come under fire from India. The project, which is headed by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, has been accused of being against net neutrality. Internet.org is "a Facebook-led initiative bringing together technology leaders, nonprofits and local communities to connect the two thirds of the world that doesn’t have Internet access.” While Zuckerberg insists that he, Facebook, and Internet.org support net neutrality, critics in India disagree. In fact, India’s Save The Internet Coalition claimed that...
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