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  • Social Media Posts and the Law September 29, 2016
    What you look at, share, send, and store on your social media platforms is yours and yours alone—right? When it comes to access by law enforcement, the reality is more complicated. For starters, it’s important to realize that court cases have accessed data from computers, smart phones, messages, videos, and more. The courts haven’t established […]
  • Humans of Loara: ICANHELP September 26, 2016
    Katherine Pham and Gabriella Mariscal wanted to take storytelling at their school to the next level. Feeling inspired by the work on the Facebook Page Humans of New York, the two High School Seniors created Humans of Loara. With the support of their advisor Paul Chylinski, the students set out to improve their school the […]
  • Distracted Driving: Power of Pause September 20, 2016
    I usually use the power of pause when writing about posting online – pause before you post, send an email or text message. Always keep in mind — there is no rewind online. However emotionally speaking, words can destroy your life, which have literally taken the life of many young people and even adults.  The […]
  • Survey: Reckless Social Media May Get You Fired September 15, 2016
    When it comes to employment and social media, the First Amendment does not apply. You can, in fact, get fired for what you write, post, and share online, and it is not a violation of your Constitutional rights. As HubShout’s June 2016 Social Media Conduct Survey found out, most people don’t understand the risks of […]
  • Distracted Driving: You’re Never Alone On the Road August 31, 2016
    By Lori Lee, AT&T You’re driving alone. You hear the ding of your smartphone. Do you grab it and look at the screen? The answer for more than 6-in-10 of us (64%) is yes.1 Interestingly, the answer changes when we have company. In fact, the same research shows that only 36% of drivers look at […]

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