The Baltimore City Fire Department says it does not want to silence critics but the firefighters’ union has serious concerns.
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.
Maryland lawmakers become the first in the nation to take a stand against companies accessing the social media accounts of current or future employees.
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Behind bars and posting on Facebook? A Baltimore family claims their son’s killer is using social media from prison.
Much has been made in the last decade of how this generation lacks the focus and work ethic of generations past. And, to that end, studies have been done to offer some tangible proof as […]
In the midst of a lockout the NFL still made most of the headlines in Baltimore this week – Ray, Stover, Players Practice @ Towson U…So, What do the FANs think?
Welcome to the Voice Of The FAN Blog, focusing on the issues people in Baltimore are talking about…and maybe more importantly, typing about – on Facebook, Twitter, texts messages, etc… In other words: what YOU actually think.
Maryland’s prison agency said Wednesday it will no longer ask prospective correctional officers for the keys to their social media accounts after the American Civil Liberties Union complained that requiring job applicants to divulge Facebook usernames and passwords violates privacy laws.
The American Civil Liberties Union says Maryland’s prison agency may be invading the privacy of Facebook users by asking prospective correctional officers to let background investigators view their personal websites.