December 16th, 2012
03:06 PM ET

Social media and the news

With great technology comes great responsibility.

Following a police press conference where the inappropriate use of social media following the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting massacre was cited, Candy Crowley and Howard Kurtz discuss how social media can be used as a force for both good and evil.

Filed under: Candy Crowley • Media • Media Criticism • Reliable Sources • Sandy Hook • Social Media
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  1. Clementina Litalien

    There are a couple of interesting points soon enough in this post but I don’t know if I see these people center to heart. You can find some validity but I’ll take hold opinion until I consider it further. Good post , thanks and we want much more! Combined with FeedBurner also


    January 12, 2021 at 1:27 am | Reply
  2. Meghan Dufner


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  3. Donnie Edwards

    It outrages me to see Joe Manchin a sentor from my state of wv talk about saving children this man put his wife and cousin into the wv state board of education then closed four high schools in mingo county wv that set within four miles of police,fire and ambulance and built a high school on top of a mountain an old strip mine that has nothing else around it these children have to travel over dangeres roads they are set up for a person with a gun to shut down the school, road and air they have no where to evacuate to they set on a cliff this mans word is not worth a dam

    January 13, 2013 at 12:54 pm | Reply

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