Social Media

Read: When a Crisis Hits, Social Networking Partnership May Keep Web Working

When a Crisis Hits, Social Networking Partnership May Keep Web Working

A major social networking company has agreed to mirror UCLA’s Web site during emergencies. If all goes according to plan, this pilot program will prevent the university’s site from crashing due to an overload of traffic that often occurs when disasters strikes.

Read: District’s Internet Safety Program Yields Results

District’s Internet Safety Program Yields Results

Read: She Dares to Be Different

She Dares to Be Different

Alex Branaman, district chief for the Alachua County (Fla.)Public Schools, demonstrates that there are alternative ways tostructure a campus security force and deal with common campus safetyissues.

Read: Virtual Fun with Real-World Consequences

Virtual Fun with Real-World Consequences

With widespread usage of Web-based social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace at schools and colleges of all sizes, we’ve entered a new era in the evolution of stalking. Proactive campus safety professionals need to alert youth to the many unintended negative consequences of openly exchanging personal information.

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