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-In 2011 a Mexican journalist was murdered by the Zetas drug cartel because she used Twitter to report on cartel crime.

-A blogger was found murdered by a Mexican cartel in 2011 with the note "this happened to me for not understanding that I shouldn’t report things on the social networks

-51% of people aged 25-34 accessed social media while at work.

-Offline crime, like home robberies, may result from posting personal information such as vacation plans 49.1% of people have heard false news via social media

-Students who use social media had an average GPA of 3.06 while non-users had an average GPA of 3.82 and students who used social networking sites while studying scored 20% lower on tests.

-Two-thirds of teachers believe that social media does more to distract students than to help academically. -College students’ grades dropped 0.12 points for every 93 minutes above the average 106 minutes spent on Facebook per day.

-On Sep. 5, 2012 false rumors of fires, shootouts, and caravans of gunmen in a Mexico City suburb spread via Twitter and Facebook caused panic, flooded the local police department with over 3,000 phone calls, and temporarily closed schools.

-Gangs use the sites to recruit younger members, coordinate violent crimes, and threaten other gangs.

-The US Army notes that checking in with location based services on social networking sites like Foursquare or Facebook could expose sensitive whereabouts and endanger military personnel and operations. -49.5% of students reported being the victims of bullying online and 33.7% reported committing bullying behavior online.

-32% of those surveyed were on social media or texting during meals (47% of 18-34 year olds

-Several athletes were banned from the 2012 Olympics because of their racist social media posts.

-stalkers gaining information about a victim’s whereabouts from posts, photos, or location tagging services. Social Networking Cons Pros In 2011NYPD added a twitter tracking unit and has used social networking to arrest criminals who have bragged of their crimes online

-59% of students with access to the Internet report that they use social networking sites to discuss educational topics and 50% use the sites to talk about school assignments. Rotate axis and drag frames
to change balance -Over 50% of people learn about breaking news on social media.

-65% of traditional media reporters and editors use sites like Facebook and Linkedin for story research

-Social networking sites are the top news source for 28.7% of Americans .

-Twitter and YouTube users reported the July 20, 2012 Aurora, CO theater shooting before news crews could arrive on the scene Source http://socialnetworking.procon.org/ What is cyberbullying Cyberbullying is the use of the Internet and related technologies to harm other people, in a deliberate, repeated, and hostile manner. As it has become more common in society, particularly among young people
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