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Man accused of killing dog, posting it on Facebook

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Authorities have charged a Snow Camp man with felony animal cruelty after he shot and killed a family's dog, then bragged about it on a social media site. The Times-News of Burlington reports 20-year-old Trevor Lee White is accused of shooting the dog in the face while hunting on land near Robbie and Allie Dixon's property. Full story...
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Wedding season: #NewTrends

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videoSocial media is changing the way we do almost everything, including weddings. Wedding experts say this relatively new trend lets guests to take part in capturing every moment of the special day. Full story...
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Technology, social media key tools for top scammers

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videoPhone calls, e-mails and even text messages. The Better Business Bureau says nothing is off limits now. Scammers are using new media for some of the same old schemes. Full story...
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A look back at your first Tweet as Twitter turns 8

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video The social media company that made its mark by limiting users to 140 characters turns eight today. Do you remember your first Tweet? Full story...
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Rowan County student accused of posting nude photo

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Authorities have arrested a 17-year-old Rowan County high school student who they say created an Instagram account and posted a nude photo of a 15-year-old girl on the social media site. The Rowan County Sheriff's Office said Juan Bautista is charged with cyberbullying. He and the victim are students at West Rowan High School. Full story...
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Probe into nude student photos expands in NC

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Six more counties are now involved in an investigation into nude photos of North Carolina high school students showing up on social media. Full story...
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How to Practice Good Social Media Etiquette

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video Social Media is a part of our daily life in 2013, but it comes with major risks and potential rewards. Brenda McDonald from InAweMarketing stopped by Good Morning Carolina to provide some tricks of the trade in the world of Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. Full story...
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NC Supreme Court blocks sex offenders from social media

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videoThe North Carolina Supreme Court has granted a stay requested by Attorney General Roy Cooper that will keep registered sex offenders from using social media websites. Full story...
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Social network ban for sex offenders ruled illegal

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videoA North Carolina appeals court panel says the state's requirement barring registered sex offenders from commercial social networking sites like Facebook is unconstitutional because it's vague and violates free speech. Full story...
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'Kony 2012' campaign faces generation gap

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videoThe international push to find an African warlord is showing the power of social media. Within four days a half-hour film on a charity's mission to raise awareness has generated 50 million viewers online, most of them young people. Full story...
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