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Social Media for Law Enforcement

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Chris Holmes

on 10 August 2012

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Transcript of Social Media for Law Enforcement

What is Social Media?
Internet based applications
depend on creation and exchange
of user-generated data
used by students, staff and
faculty for personal
entertainment and
used by institutions for recruitment,
development, publicity, admissions and
blogging and microblogging
social networking
wiki & bulletin boards
prevalence and impact
too fast
policy-consistent but not media-specific
who owns?
who controls?
who can be liable?
understand terms of use
communication is immediate and broad
You retain your rights to any Content you submit, post or display on or through the Services. By submitting, posting or displaying Content on or through the Services, you grant us a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free license (with the right to sublicense) to use, copy, reproduce, process, adapt, modify, publish, transmit, display and distribute such Content in any and all media or distribution methods
(now known or later developed)
Tip: This license is you authorizing us to make your Tweets available to the rest of the world and to let others do the same. But what’s yours is yours – you own your content.
1. copyright infringement
are you the poster?
are you the host site?
Sec 512(c) of the DMCA
invasion of privacy
intentional infliction of emotional distress
Section 230 of Communications Decency Act
Foreign Law?
false statement of fact
concerning another
Section 230 of Communications Decency Act
Social Media for
Law Enforcement

Chris Holmes
Baylor University
Audience of 50 million?
Radio....38 years
Television.....13 years
Facebook....18 months
2. civil or criminal liability?
Professor using Facebook?
FERPA and Social Media?
Institutional use of Twitter?
Cyberbullying in the Higher Education Setting
Recent Rutgers Case
Megan Meier
BF/GF Revenge
Recommendations for Higher Education
"but we don't really have a contract, do we?"
commercial use of personal information
"Young people are much more
used to living more of their lives in public.
It used to be that living in public was only
what the rich could afford -- now anybody can.
That's extraordinarily empowering for young
people." ~ Bruce Schneier
Telstra Developed the 3 Rs
of Social Media Engagement
1. Representation--keep in mind
your position makes you a representative
of Baylor. do not disclose private or
confidential information.
II. Responsibility--make sure you
adhere to Baylor policies. Understand
we are in a higher education community,
and have higher standards for personal
conduct for employees.
III. Respect--be respectful of those
with whom you interact online. Be
polite and respectful.
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