By Kurt Valentine, Web Editor Social media has rapidly asserted itself as the modern-day public square. In 2005, one year after Facebook’s launch, 10% of internet-using U.S. adults used at least one social media site. Ten years later, that number increased to almost 80%. Facebook, which is the most popular […]
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The New Age of Terrorism: Social Media, Free Speech, and Public Safety
By Karissa Murphy, Staff Writer On Nov. 18, 2016, U.S. District Judge William H. Orrick of the Northern District of California dismissed claims brought against Twitter Inc. by the wives and children of American police officers killed in a terrorist attack in Jordan. The families claim that Twitter provided […]