Exploring the dark side of social media
"When you have a population that doesn't know how to turn it on, how do you keep your kids safe?" she said. "That's what we are looking at."
Also during the presentation, she teaches what should and shouldn't be posted online.
Once an address is obtained, it can be put into Google Street View, which will provide a picture of the person's house. From there, someone with the information can go to Facebook and check to see whether the person did a mobile upload, for instance, from a Bruins' game.
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