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Social Media And The Law For Students By Toronto Police Officer Laurie McCann @AnalyzeThis5253

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Presentation slides of Constable Laurie McCann of Toronto Police Service to educate students on social media and the law.

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Social Media And The Law For Students By Toronto Police Officer Laurie McCann @AnalyzeThis5253

  1. 1. SOCIAL MEDIA AND LAWENFORCEMENTPC Laurie McCann #525314 DivisionCrime analyst and Social Media Officer416-808-1403@analyzethis5253
  2. 2. Who here uses social media?
  3. 3. APPLE’S FIRST COMPUTER
  4. 4. Modern Day Familiarization with TechnologyRoughly 99% of the students in the Torontoarea have access to at least one computer athome.2/3 of these students have more than onecomputer.Approximately half of the students own acellular phone.During a 2010 Canadian Census, 78% ofCanadians reported having more than onecell phone per householdCyber Bullying Survey – 2008Professor Faye MishnaUniversity of Toronto*students in Grade 6,7, 10 and 11
  5. 5. The Social Media PhenomenonJack Dorsey Mark Zuckerberg
  6. 6. How We All Use Social Media• Talking with friends, fellow students, teachers• Conversations, Sharing Videos and Pictures,Offering/Seeking Help• Catching Up with the News, Research, WorldwideSports• Following Celebrities, Musicians, Athletes• Promoting Events and Charities• Public Safety Messages and Major News Stories
  7. 7. • Created in 2006 in San Francisco• The platform was originally designed for theOdeo company to be utilized by employees toconverse during brainstorming sessions.• As of June 2012, there are reported to be 175million Twitter accounts• There are approximately 180,000 Tweets senteach minute of everyday
  8. 8. • Created in 2003 at Harvard University by MarkZuckerberg.• As of October 2012, there are reported to be over1 billion Facebook profiles• There are approximately 70,000 messages postedto Facebook each minute of everyday• Facebook will NOT make your photos public ifyou are under the age of 18 yrs. Regardless ofyour settings.
  9. 9. • Launched in October of 2010 and owned by theFacebook corporation• As of April of 2013, there are approximately 30million users of Instagram.• There are approximately 28,000 photographsuploaded every minute.
  10. 10. • Also created in 2003 and based out of BeverlyHills, California• Up until 2008, this was the most visited socialnetworking site on the internet.• Beginning to make a huge comeback inpopularity due to the part ownership by JustinTimberlake• Mostly used by youth gangs in the United States• As of June of 2012, there are approximately 25million users on MySpace
  11. 11. • Three former employees of PayPal created thesite in 2003. It is based in San Bruno, California• 25% of the videos viewed from YouTube is beingdone with mobile devices.• Approximately 4 billion hours of video are beingviewed each month• Every minute, 72 hours of video are uploaded toYouTube, each day…That’s the equivalent of 36full length feature films each minute.
  12. 12. In the five minutes that have just passed…• 900,000 Tweets published• 350,000 Facebook postsgenerated• 140,000 photos uploadedto Instagram• 360 hours of video addedto Youtube• 6 people in this room havevowed to cancel theirchild’s cell phone plan
  13. 13. OH, HOW TIMES HAVECHANGED……..
  14. 14. What a difference 8 years can make!!!!
  15. 15. Seems Everyone is Glued to their Mobile Devices
  16. 16. THE POSTIVE SIDE TOSOCIAL MEDIA
  17. 17. Social Media – The Intended Use and Positive Influence
  18. 18. POSITIVE SOCIALMEDIAPC MARK BORSBOOM #7603
  19. 19. THE GOOD, THE BADAND THE UGLY
  20. 20. A Cry for HelpJune 22nd, 2009
  21. 21. SNAPCHATIs it really 5 seconds?How long does it take toget a screenshot?
  22. 22. NOTICE THE NUMBER????
  23. 23. ask.fm – World’s WORST websiteJessica Laney – 16Tampa Bay, FLDecember 9th, 2012Erin Gallagher – 13Donegal, IrelandOctober 27th, 2012Shannon Gallagher – 15Donegal, IrelandDecember 15th, 2012Ciara Pugsley – 13Leitrim, IrelandOctober 27th, 2012
  24. 24. Port Coquitlam – British Columbia15 year old Amanda Todd
  25. 25. The Dark Side of Social Media• Identity Theft• Fraud• Extortion, Bribery and Blackmail• Cyber-bullying and Cyber-stalking• Threatening and Criminal Harassment
  26. 26. The Generation Gap of Bullying
  27. 27. The Generation Gap of Bullying
  28. 28. The Generation Gap of Bullying
  29. 29. SOCIAL MEDIA ANDTHE LAW
  30. 30. 264. (1) No person shall, without lawful authority and knowing that anotherperson in harassed or recklessly as to whether the other person is harassed,engage in conduct referred to in subsection (2) that causes that other personreasonably, in all the circumstances, to fear for their safety or the safety ofanyone known to them.(2) The conduct mentioned in subsection (1) consists of(a) repeatedly following from place to place the other person or anyoneknown to them;(b) repeatedly communicating with, either directly or indirectly, the otherperson or anyone known to them;(c) besetting or watching the dwelling-house, or place where the otherperson, or anyone known to them, resides, works, carries on business,or happens to be; or(d) engaging in threatening conduct directed at the other person or anymember of their family.Criminal CodeCriminal Harassment
  31. 31. 264.1 (1) Every one commits an offence who, in any manner,knowingly utters, conveys or causes any person to receive athreat(a) to cause death or bodily harm to any person;(b) to burn, destroy or damage real or personal property;(c) to kill, poison or injure an animal or bird that is theproperty of any person.Criminal CodeUttering Threats
  32. 32. 346. (1) Every one commits extortion who, withoutreasonable justification or excuse and with intent toobtain anything, by threats, accusations, menaces orviolence induces or attempts to induce any person,whether or not he is the person threatened, accused ormenaced or to whom violence is shown, to do anythingor cause anything to be done.Criminal CodeExtortion
  33. 33. 423. (1) Every one … who, wrongfully and without lawfulauthority, for the purpose of compelling another person toabstain from doing anything that he or she has a lawful right todo, or to do anything that he or she has a lawful right toabstain from doing;(a) Uses violence or threats of violence to that person or his orher spouse or common-law partner or children, or injures hisor her property;(b) Intimidates or attempts to intimidate that person or arelative of that person by threats that, in Canada orelsewhere, violence or other injury will be done to orpunishment inflicted on him or her or a relative of his orhers, or that the property of any of them will be damaged;(c) Persistently follows that personCriminal CodeIntimidation
  34. 34. Capturing the Evidence
  35. 35. YOU ARE NOT ALONE
  36. 36. MAIN PAGE
  37. 37. CYBERTIPS.CA
  38. 38. EDUCATION ACT• BEHAVIOUR, DISCIPLINE AND SAFETY:• If you are being harassed or are the persondoing the harassing, know that:• Even if this crime is committed outside ofschool property• IE: home, mall, etc…• YOU CAN STILL be disciplined by yourschool staff.• Meaning you can be suspended or evenexpelled.
  39. 39. THANK YOU!!!• PC LAURIE MCCANN#5253• 14 DIVISION• 350 DOVERCOURT RD• CRIME ANALYST AND SOCIAL MEDIAOFFICER• 416-808-1403• TWITTER: @analyzethis5253• FACEBOOK: Laurie McCann• E-MAIL: laurie.mccann@torontopolice.on.ca

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