Social Media’s Contribution To Virtual Terrorism

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

In the United States social networks are considered to be public spaces and any information shared there is covered under the so-called ‘third-party doctrine’, which means that users have no reasonable expectation of privacy regarding the data their service providers collect about them. Any data you post online in any…

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