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23081
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Facebook and the law intersect in this article about the potential implications of personal posts and the Facebook privacy settings. Some have lost jobs, been jailed, and faced public embarrassment due to poor Facebook usage.
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27046
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This year, people from the Triangle got their fifteen seconds of social media fame. One of the most delightful viral videos was a clip of six-year-old Raleigh native Johanna Colon dancing to Aretha Franklin’s song Respect. Other viral videos were of a plane breakup, swim team stuck at Raleigh-Durham Airport, Durham Academy a cappella group XIV Hours, and the Muslim student murders near Chapel Hill.
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Indy Week (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57), Vol. 32 Issue 51, Dec 2015, p21, por Periodical Website
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30343
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Social media may have started out as a social experiment, but now it has developed into a wide-spread marketing platform that is continuously pushing the boundaries of modern business. This article gives examples of banks in North Carolina that have incorporated social media and technology into their banking services, and discusses how social media can enhance relationships with customers.
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Carolina Banker (HG 2153 N8 C66), Vol. 91 Issue 1, Spring 2012, p37-39, il
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30477
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Banks and businesses in North Carolina are using social media to obtain feedback and market intelligence, recruit and engage employees, and enhance shareholder relationships. This article discusses state and federal regulations for social media compliance, risk management, and consumer protection.
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Carolina Banker (HG 2153 N8 C66), Vol. 93 Issue 3, Fall 2014, p57-58, por
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36449
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One of Generation Z’s interests, making a difference in the world, has proof in Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School senior Sebastian Bowen. His support of ending gun violence in schools, contained in a You Tube broadcasted speech, was given in the wake of the shootings at his high school.
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36447
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Millennials have proven themselves marketing mavens through their use of web-based promotional tools. Members of NetGen experiencing a business boom through social media and blogging included PR company owner Corri Smith, hairstylist McKenna Bleu, and wedding photographer Brian Schindler.
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36451
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NetGen’s impact in education and communication can be felt in pedagogical methods and social media networks. The collaborative impact was illustrated in SkillPop, offering pop up classes teaching adults new skills. Highlighted in its profile was Haley Bohon’s inspiration for starting her business and its value for the worldwide community.
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38140
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A Martin County resident was inspired to participate in the fight to end the modern age equivalent of slavery. Helping individuals like Jeannette Biggers and groups like AGLOW to end human trafficking is factors increasing the likelihood of involvement in human trafficking and resources that someone involved with human trafficking or suspects its occurrence can refer to.