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Google may be losing the social media battle to Facebook, but it has definitely conquered the pirate segment of the market and then some.
The treasure map at first glance is a 2-D drawn map, but when clicking the spyglass the zoom feature allows you to see street view with a telescope frame.
Users are given clues and hints to help “crack the code” that will ultimately unlock the treasure.
[Bad Teacher] Teacher Posts Naked Pictures of Herself Online, Wrote About Getting “Naked. Wet. Stoned.”
Not everyone is cut out to be a teacher. When young minds are exposed to new information and ways of life, it’s prudent that the instructor be as exemplary and professional as possible. That being said, everyone in Overland High school is f&!*ked.
The explosive allegations came to light after 9News was tipped off about the Twitter account by a viewer Monday. McKinney later admitted to the TV station that she was behind the tweets.
One post read: ‘Naked. Wet. Stoned,’ while another said: ‘Watching a drug bust go down in the parking lot. It’s funny cuz I have weed in my car in the staff parking lot.’
Facebook’s IPO is all over, but you may wonder just how much they are making off of you by selling your personal data.
Facebook’s $5 billion IPO filing means Mark Zuckerberg and his team stand to become some of the richest people in the world by cashing in on your personal information – and there’s not much you can do about it.
The social network boasts more than 800 million monthly active users who happily share everything about themselves on the site – from their age, gender and location to their taste in movies, music, clothes, games and news, not to mention personal photos, videos, and messages.
These Missouri educators are suing for the right to have online relationships with their students and claiming that their Free Speech rights are being infringed on by the laws forbidding it.
“It doesn’t stop any avenue of communication whatsoever, it only prohibits hidden communication between educators and minors who have not graduated,” said state Senator Jane Cunningham, a St. Louis Republican and key sponsor of the law.
School districts statewide are being required to adopt new policies to comply with the law beginning January 1, but the Missouri State Teachers Association said in its lawsuit that banning social media contact is unconstitutional.