In the digital age, cyberstalking is now a threat to many people who keep sacred information online, especially women with abusive partners.
A new bill introduced in the New York State Senate on November 14 would require a review of a person’s social media profile and Internet posting history before they could legally possess a handgun in New York state. Bill S.9191, introduced by New York State Sen. Kevin Parker, D-Brooklyn, comes […]
Following the lead of Facebook, the federal government and other states, Democrats in the New York Senate introduced a bill that would require sponsors of social media-based political ads in New York state to identify themselves. The bill, S.6896, comes as questions continue to linger over the impact that foreign […]
In the days of Twitter and Facebook, media consumers are becoming media producers and professional journalists are finding themselves scooped by citizen journalists. So saysJohn Larson, a veteran broadcast journalist and SUNY New Paltz’s 10th James H. Ottaway Sr. Professor of Journalism, in an interview with Interim President Donald P. […]
If Facebook came with a side effects label like prescription drugs do, it might read something like this: “May attract creepy stalker-types, crumble communication skills, give the impression that you have more friends than you actually do and add a few hours onto an already time consuming term paper.” Facebook […]