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New Jersey Police Getting Social Media Training [AUDIO]

With more and more Garden State residents using Facebook and Twitter, including criminals and the mentally unstable, a growing number of New Jersey police departments are teaching their officers the ins and outs of social media, so they know what's permissible and what could cause a problem

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Teaching Teachers Their Limits On Facebook [POLL/AUDIO]

School boards in New Jersey and throughout the nation have been dealing with a new problem over the past few years that seems to be getting larger as time goes on - social media.

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Help Petter Kverneng Have Sex by Liking His Post on Facebook

First, it was kids who started a Facebook campaign because they  were begging for a puppy. Now, a man in Norway is starting a campaign that take it to a whole different level.

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Do You Still Care About Hurricane Sandy Relief

With the passing of 2012 it seems to me that the general public has moved on from Hurricane Sandy Relief and put the entire disaster on the back-burner.

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Keeping NJ Residents In The Loop During Sandy [AUDIO]

It turns out social media played a big part in keeping Garden state residents in the loop during Superstorm Sandy.

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Kids Need To Be Taught Social Media Responsibility, Says NJ Lawmaker [POLL/AUDIO]

When you tweet something or post something on Facebook it's out there in cyber-space forever and the potential for damage is everywhere, but not every kid gets that.

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Facebook Privacy Protection Bills Pass Senate Committee [AUDIO]

We've been telling you about the growing trend of employers demanding Facebook passwords from potential employees.

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Facebook Incorporated Into School Curriculum – Good Idea? [VIDEO/POLL]

Thanks to ever-changing technology and the way people interact with each other today, what would you say if your son or daughter came home from their first day of school with a curriculum outline that mentioned their teacher would be using social networking to teach their children literature, history or math?

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Mass Shooters Linked To Social Media Posts [POLL/AUDIO]

Is posting violent messages on Facebook and Twitter a sign you are a mass murderer? Some psychologists say we need to pay closer attention to our friends' cyber behavior.

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3 Essential Ways to Improve Your Web Presence [LIST]

In an interactive world led by Google, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and blogs, maintaining a strong web presence can seem overwhelming. Unlike the old days of telephone listings and newspaper ads, more and more people are online using search engines, social media, and valuable content when it comes to choosing local businesses. I

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