Written by: Krysta Ryan The Future of The First Amendment As Kravets (2010) explains, the nation’s first two appellate opinions differed on the matter of whether students have a First Amendment right in the online world beyond the schoolyard gates and the U.S. Supreme Court has never clearly addressed the parameters of off-campus, online student … Continue reading
The world’s populations have become flooded with digital computerized technologies that enable real-time communications, which renders information that is accessible and plentiful. One statistic claims over one billion websites are currently on the web, each curating some sort of media message or carrying out some sort of media agenda.
President Trump Tweets..“Negative Polls are Fake News.”
The tweeting Chief in charge, is the first President to have the technologies and communication abilities of social media. Continue reading