This blog provides us with a list of thirty things that we should not ever share on social media sites. For example, complaining about your employer, photos that reveal you're not sick on your sick day, issues you might be having, financial information, and much more (Bullas, 2013).

Great classroom examples or conversation starters for exploring privacy from a media literacy perspective.

An editor for The Telegraph posted a blog about employees who lose their jobs for updating their statuses with something as simple as I had a bad work day. The article states that this is not acceptable because it brings the "company into disreput" (Barnett, 2012).

Tweeting about a bad day could lose you your job

Social Media Proven To Help Detect & Prevent Food-Related Illnesses - Social Songbird

This slideshow on Huffington post tells us about individuals that were fired over Facebook posts. There are thirteen stories total. One of the stories was about a woman getting fired for calling in sick but got posting on Facebook. The lady was fired because she had claimed she needed to be in the dark and couldn't use a computer(Smith and Kanalley, 2010).

RACIST, RACY, DEROGATORY: 13 Facebook Posts That Got People CANNED

This slideshow on Huffington post tells us about individuals that were fired over Facebook posts. There are thirteen stories total. One of the stories was about a woman getting fired for calling in sick but got posting on Facebook. The lady was fired because she had claimed she needed to be in the dark and couldn't use a computer(Smith and Kanalley, 2010).

This is a a recent blog about a waitress that got fired for posting a receipt  she found comical. It was a receipt that a Pastor signed without leaving a tip and leaving a note that read "I give God 10%, why do you get 18%?" When she posted the receipt she did not leave out the Pastor's signature which was then identified. (Morran, 2013).

Applebee’s Fires Waitress Chelsea Welch for Exposing Pastor’s No-Tip Receipt

This post is posted on a lawyers councelor board page. It deals with individuals who are fired over Facebook posts. They emphasize the importance of communicating with your employer and encourage individuals to speak with HR or a supervisor instead of posting it for friends, family and coworkers to see on their social media page (Clouse, 2013).

This post is posted on a lawyers councelor board page. It deals with individuals who are fired over Facebook posts. They emphasize the importance of communicating with your employer and encourage individuals to speak with HR or a supervisor instead of posting it for friends, family and coworkers to see on their social media page (Clouse, 2013).

This article provides us with a list of seventeen stories of individuals that were fired for using Facebook. For example, a teacher got fired for posting on a students wall(Love, 2011).

17 People Who Were Fired For Using Facebook

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This blog warns us to be careful what we post online because it can hurt us. One statement I could not agree more with is "updating your status saying that you're bore or hate your job, can ensure you don't have that job to hate or be bored at anymore. This is a very true statement because not only do I read about it all the time, I also hear about individual I know going through this (Doyle).

Be Careful What You Say Online

Social media is no longer just a way to communicate with friends and family, we are now using it to communicate with businesses across the world. We must all be aware of the legal risks that come with having social media sites and using them in the workplace (Ricci, 2012).

Mitigating the Legal Risks of Social Media

This is an article in Forbes Magazine. The topic of this article is "how your social media profile could make or break your next job oportunity". A research conducted showed that "40% of the survey respondents from companies review job candidates profiles" (Quast, 2012).

How Your Social Media Profile Could Make Or Break Your Next Job Opportunity

6 Ways to Burn Your Belly Fat Fast Sleep Short bursts of exercises Sugar is your Enemy Vitamin C Eat Fat Slowing down your breath A VERY interesting article!

This blog provides us with guidelines that help employers come up with a social media strategy. For example, can they legally terminate an employee for their posts, and ways to prevent social media misconduct (Bennington, 2010).

Social Media Employment Policy & Rights

This is a video that is available for us to lear about social media legal issues, the outcomes, and the steps to take as an employer and employee. Learning about social media misconduct can keep you from committing the same mistake (Beever, 2012).

This is a video that is available for us to lear about social media legal issues, the outcomes, and the steps to take as an employer and employee. Learning about social media misconduct can keep you from committing the same mistake (Beever,

This guide provides us with a lot of information about how social media impacts the workplace, the legal practices that are involved, and our privacy rights as employees (Sakai).

This guide provides us with a lot of information about how social media impacts the workplace, the legal practices that are involved, and our privacy rights as employees (Sakai).

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