October 2012

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"Tweeting" - What You Tweet Can be Held Against You     


There have been many unfortunate instances where Tweeted information has created negative consequences for the user. Here are a few interesting examples:


Several London Olympians learned the hazards of Twitter in the 2012 Olympic games. Two athletes were removed from their countries' teams because of a Tweet. The Switzerland Olympic Committee sent home one of their soccer players for a racist statement posted on his account. One day after his team lost to South Korea, he tweeted, "I want to beat up all South Koreans! Bunch of mentally handicapped retards!"


The second athlete, a Greek hurdler, got dismissed after a comment people viewed as racist: "So many Africans in Greece...at least West Nile mosquitoes will eat homemade food."


Even an American hurdler made a controversial statement on Twitter: "USA Men's Archery lost the gold medal to Italy but that's OK, we are Americans...When's da Gun shooting competition? [sic]" This comment was made not long after the mass shooting in Aurora, CO.


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Twitter - The Good, The Bad and The Ugly   


Twitter is now one of the largest social media networks on the Internet. "Tweeting" has become a global pastime for many social network users. The main difference between Twitter and other social networking sites is that it allows the user to connect to anyone, including celebrities, sports stars, or people that have similar interests as the user, without any pre-approval from the person to which the user desires to speak. It is a bit like going up to someone in the middle of the street whom you have never seen before and striking up a conversation.   Some of the popular uses of Twitter include:

  • Microblogging - You can tell the world what you are doing, how your day is going, and where you are visiting.
  • Quick Answers - If you have a question about something, Tweeting it will get you instant answers.
  • Finding a Job - You can announce you are looking for a job, and many companies post their job opportunities on Twitter.
  • Keeping up with the News - Newspapers, magazines, and TV stations have all adopted Twitter, so you can keep track of the latest news and events.
  • Scream your Rage - It can be
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