By:	  Yael	  Teryohin	   Photo:	  IgorTer	  (Flickr)	  
More	  than	  50%	  of	  individuals	  learn	  about	  breaking	  news	  through	  their	  social	  networking	  sites	  i...
Photo	  via	  Flickr	  by:	  Null	  Value	  	  Recently social media has been on arise for helping police in investigation...
Crowdsourcing: a p r a c t i c e t h a tg a t h e r s t o g e t h e r s e r v i c e s , i d e a so r c o n t e n t f r o m...
Crowdsourcing in the internet agehas taken the public’s involvement insolving crimes to a new level	  Photo	  via	  Flickr...
Photo	  by	  Bernard	  Bujold	  (Flicker)	  Less	  than	  24hrs	  aQer	  the	  two	  explosions.	  The	  FBI	  had	  compi...
According to Corporal FrankDomizio of the Philadelphia PoliceDepartment, approximately 200videos are shared online andprom...
InternaEonal	  AssociaEon	  of	  Chief	  of	  Police	  found	  that	  in	  2011,	  40%	  of	  agencies	  were	  using	  so...
Photo	  by:	  neimon2	  (Flickr)	  	  Responsesare quicker;and thescope ismuch larger-than thetraditional tipline” Mancy K...
“Social	  media	  is	  at	  the	  forefront	  of	  events”	  Wosmefski	  Photo	  by	  Anjuga	  Grali	  (Flickr)	  Source:	...
AQer	  the	  2011	  Vancouver	  riots,	  invesEgators	  received	  5,000	  hours	  of	  video	  from	  the	  public,	  hel...
Photo	  by:	  Lee	  Traupel	  (Flickr)	  	  
Incorrectidentification ofsuspects can causethe investigation toslow down; inworse cases it canput an innocentperson behind...
TradiFonal	  media	  outlets	  feel	  pressure	  from	  social	  media	  being	  such	  a	  quick	  way	  to	  disseminate...
Social	  media	  also	  aids	  disaster	  recovery	  efforts	  called:	  Digital	  Philanthropy	  Photo	  by	  Peter	  Pata...
Social media has made a difference before,during and after catastrophes by providing easyaccessibility, raising awareness ...
During the earthquake in Haiti, socialmedia users were used as a base forvolunteers by Ushahidi, a piece ofsoftware that a...
Study	  found	  that	  more	  than	  55%	  of	  digital	  ac0ve,	  cause-­‐Savvy	  American	  adults	  were	  likely	  to	...
Source:	  Reuter,	  Social	  Media	  Users	  are	  More	  Willing	  to	  Support	  a	  Good	  Cause	  Photo:	  Igorter	  (...
52% to donatepersonal items or foodSource:	  Reuter,	  Social	  Media	  Users	  are	  More	  Willing	  to	  Support	  a	  ...
Source:	  Reuter,	  Social	  Media	  Users	  are	  More	  Willing	  to	  Support	  a	  Good	  Cause	  
54%	  of	  respondents	  indicate	  they	  are	  more	  likely	  to	  support	  a	  cause	  through	  social	  media	  rat...
In	  a	  Eme	  of	  restricted	  budgets,	  the	  online	  world	  has	  saved	  some	  invesEgators	  Fme	  and	  money	 ...
Social media can’t save us. Itcan help, but we need engaged,active and well informed people tomake the change! Image:	  Su...
1.  hcp://socialmediatoday.com/roymorejon/567751/how-­‐social-­‐media-­‐replacing-­‐tradiEonal-­‐journalism-­‐news-­‐sourc...
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  1. 1. By:  Yael  Teryohin   Photo:  IgorTer  (Flickr)  
  2. 2. More  than  50%  of  individuals  learn  about  breaking  news  through  their  social  networking  sites  instead  of  tradi0onal  news  media    Photo  by:  Yuichiro  Chino  (Flickr)    Source:  Roy  Morejon,  How  social  Media  is  replacing  TradiEonal  Journalism  as  a  news  source      
  3. 3. Photo  via  Flickr  by:  Null  Value    Recently social media has been on arise for helping police in investigations  
  4. 4. Crowdsourcing: a p r a c t i c e t h a tg a t h e r s t o g e t h e r s e r v i c e s , i d e a so r c o n t e n t f r o m a l a r g e g r o u p o fp e o p l e . T h e s e d a y s t h e y a r et y p i c a l l y done online w h e r e i ti s e a s y t o g a t h e r t o g e t h e r al a r g e g r o u p o f p e o p l e u s i n gsocial media n e t w o r k s .  Photo  Via  Flick  by:  Harley  Astorga      Source:  Benji  Arriola,  When  Search  and  Social  Media  Can  help  Solve  Crime  
  5. 5. Crowdsourcing in the internet agehas taken the public’s involvement insolving crimes to a new level  Photo  via  Flickr  by:  Will  C.  
  6. 6. Photo  by  Bernard  Bujold  (Flicker)  Less  than  24hrs  aQer  the  two  explosions.  The  FBI  had  compiled  10  terabytes  of  date  from  the  public  in  hopes  of  finding  informaEon  that  would  help  lead  them  to  the  suspects    Source:  Sonny  Singh,  How  Big  Data  Use  is  Helping  Catch  Criminals    
  7. 7. According to Corporal FrankDomizio of the Philadelphia PoliceDepartment, approximately 200videos are shared online andpromoted in social mediasites let to 112 arrests as ofDecember 2012Source:  Benji  Arriola,  When  Search  and  Social  Media  Can  help  Solve  Crime    
  8. 8. InternaEonal  AssociaEon  of  Chief  of  Police  found  that  in  2011,  40%  of  agencies  were  using  social  media  to  solicit  Eps  from  the  public.  Just  one  year  later,  that  percentage  jumped  to  56.8%    Photo  by  Jason  Howie  (Flickr)  Source:  Casey  Glynn  Boston  Marathon  Bombing  “Crowdsourcing”  How  ciEzens  are  using  the  internet  to  help  solve  crimes    
  9. 9. Photo  by:  neimon2  (Flickr)    Responsesare quicker;and thescope ismuch larger-than thetraditional tipline” Mancy KolbSource:  Boston  Marathon  Bombing  “Crowdsourcing”  How  ciEzens  are  using  the  internet  to  help  solve  crimes    
  10. 10. “Social  media  is  at  the  forefront  of  events”  Wosmefski  Photo  by  Anjuga  Grali  (Flickr)  Source:  Bostom  Marathon  Bombing  “Crowdsourcing:”  How  ciEzens  are  using  the  internet  to  help  solve  crimes    
  11. 11. AQer  the  2011  Vancouver  riots,  invesEgators  received  5,000  hours  of  video  from  the  public,  helping  them  find  suspect    Image:  Lesly  Furon  (Flickr)+  Photoshop  Source:  Douglas  Quan,  Boston  bombing  invesEgators  may  turn  to  Vancouver  for  help  analyzing  videos    
  12. 12. Photo  by:  Lee  Traupel  (Flickr)    
  13. 13. Incorrectidentification ofsuspects can causethe investigation toslow down; inworse cases it canput an innocentperson behind barsCreated  through  Photoshop:  Inspired  by  Google  Images  
  14. 14. TradiFonal  media  outlets  feel  pressure  from  social  media  being  such  a  quick  way  to  disseminate  informaFon  Causing  them  to  post wronginformation  without  ensuring  it  is  true  just  to  get  ahead  of  social  media  Image:  Karl  Londy  (Flickr)  
  15. 15. Social  media  also  aids  disaster  recovery  efforts  called:  Digital  Philanthropy  Photo  by  Peter  Patau  (Flickr)  
  16. 16. Social media has made a difference before,during and after catastrophes by providing easyaccessibility, raising awareness and providingdonationsPhoto:  Haris  lorgi  (Flickr)  
  17. 17. During the earthquake in Haiti, socialmedia users were used as a base forvolunteers by Ushahidi, a piece ofsoftware that allows digitalvolunteers to create maps for firstresponders in a disaster zonePhoto  by  Thpls  (Flickr)  Source:  Trends  in  Social  Media:  Use  in  Natural  Disasters    
  18. 18. Study  found  that  more  than  55%  of  digital  ac0ve,  cause-­‐Savvy  American  adults  were  likely  to  do  far  more  than  simply  “like”  a  cause  Source:  Reuter,  Social  Media  Users  are  More  Willing  to  Support  a  Good  Cause  
  19. 19. Source:  Reuter,  Social  Media  Users  are  More  Willing  to  Support  a  Good  Cause  Photo:  Igorter  (Flickr)  
  20. 20. 52% to donatepersonal items or foodSource:  Reuter,  Social  Media  Users  are  More  Willing  to  Support  a  Good  Cause  Photo:  Steve  Crawford  (flickr)  
  21. 21. Source:  Reuter,  Social  Media  Users  are  More  Willing  to  Support  a  Good  Cause  
  22. 22. 54%  of  respondents  indicate  they  are  more  likely  to  support  a  cause  through  social  media  rather  than  offline  Source:  Reuter,  Social  Media  Users  are  More  Willing  to  Support  a  Good  Cause  Image:  Sherly  Lung  (Flickr)  
  23. 23. In  a  Eme  of  restricted  budgets,  the  online  world  has  saved  some  invesEgators  Fme  and  money  because  it  someEmes  provides  the  one  (p  that  results  in  a  case  closed  Image:  Ben  HasEng  (Flickr)  
  24. 24. Social media can’t save us. Itcan help, but we need engaged,active and well informed people tomake the change! Image:  Sulina2N  (Flickr)  
  25. 25. 1.  hcp://socialmediatoday.com/roymorejon/567751/how-­‐social-­‐media-­‐replacing-­‐tradiEonal-­‐journalism-­‐news-­‐source  2.   hcp://www.internetmarkeEnginc.com/blog/when-­‐search-­‐and-­‐social-­‐media-­‐can-­‐help-­‐solve-­‐crime-­‐boston-­‐marathon-­‐explosion/  3.  hcp://o-­‐www.emulex.com/blogs/labs/2013/05/14/big-­‐data-­‐helping-­‐catch-­‐criminals/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+EmulexLabs+(Emulex+Labs)  4.  hcp://www.cbsnews.com/8301-­‐504083_162-­‐57580106-­‐504083/boston-­‐marathon-­‐bombing-­‐crowdsourcing-­‐how-­‐ciEzens-­‐are-­‐using-­‐the-­‐internet-­‐to-­‐help-­‐solve-­‐crimes/  5.   hcp://www.canada.com/news/Boston+bombing+invesEgators+turn+Vancouver+help+analyzing+videos/8251429/story.html  6.  hcp://www.mysecurecyberspace.com/arEcles/classroom/trends-­‐in-­‐social-­‐media-­‐use-­‐in-­‐natural-­‐disasters.html  7.   hcp://digitalmediaandscience.wordpress.com/2013/04/08/social-­‐media-­‐users-­‐are-­‐more-­‐willing-­‐to-­‐support-­‐a-­‐good-­‐cause/  S  O  U  R  C  E  S  

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