A Maryland fugitive is in custody after his girlfriend’s “like” of a Virginia sheriff’s Facebook page led authorities to him.
With all the communicative access to current local, national, and global information, expecting the masses to settle for media headlines and sound bites is insulting to today’s technologically-aware audience.
The National Zoo is appealing to fans of their Facebook page for help in naming a new black howler monkey.
Within the past few years, politicians have begun courting voters in 140 characters or less on Twitter and by making friends on Facebook. On the Eastern Shore, however, the embrace of social networking has moved a bit slower than in more urban areas.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is scheduled to sign environmental bills from his own legislative package including measures to increase the state’s so-called flush tax and limit where new residential septic systems can be installed.
Maryland lawmakers become the first in the nation to take a stand against companies accessing the social media accounts of current or future employees.
An Owings Mills man has pleaded guilty to sexually exploiting a minor to produce child pornography.
Experts on eating disorders are watching a new phenomenon. Facebook may be fueling bad body image. Baltimore’s Sheppard Pratt commissioned the eye-opening survey.
Standard practice? Or privacy invasion? Some companies are now asking employees to hand over their Facebook passwords. Now, Facebook is firing back.
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler wants to raise awareness about Internet privacy concerns.
Is Facebook the new Big Brother? A new lawsuit alleges the social media site is tracking your every move on the internet.
Behind bars and posting on Facebook? A Baltimore family claims their son’s killer is using social media from prison.