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We live in a world where social media Could Twitch Be the Next Big Social Media Site? Could Twitch Be the Next Big Social Media Site? Twitch has been evolving into much more than just a haven for gamers. There are a number of great channels devoted to art and creativity. You can even find cooking streams! Read More is just a ubiquitous part of life. Just about everyone posts the happenings in their lives on services like Instagram, Snapchat Improve Your Snapchat Videos With Emojis on Moving Objects Improve Your Snapchat Videos With Emojis on Moving Objects Want to insert emojis into your Snapchat videos? This new feature lets you do so and the emoji will follow the moving object around! Read More , Facebook, Twitter, and others.

Sharing everything on the Internet What Is The Sharing Economy, And What Does It Mean For You? What Is The Sharing Economy, And What Does It Mean For You? It's really just ordinary people meeting a demand with resources they own, in order to make a profit – but what does that look like? Read More isn’t without consequence, though. For some people, the drawbacks of posting to social media can be small, but for others, their decisions can actually land them in jail, as there are quite a few cases where social media is used as evidence in court. Check out the infographic below for a fascinating look at the history of social media in the courtroom.

Via mycase.com

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  1. fcd76218
    June 9, 2016 at 3:08 pm

    These cases would have ended with the same results even if there was no social media. It might have taken a little longer to dig up the dirt on the accused but eventually the end result would have been the same. Social media just expedited the matter.

  2. Howard A Pearce @HAPLibertarian
    June 9, 2016 at 12:27 pm

    Social media/internet communication is like other forms of communication like oral communication and printed communication. Freedom of Press and Speech are very relevant to informing our view of Internet Communication too .

    We can call it Freedom of Communication to cover all.

  3. Alex
    June 9, 2016 at 12:20 pm

    I like the infographics!

  4. henko martien
    June 9, 2016 at 7:52 am

    Very neat blog article. Much thanks again. Cool.

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