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06 April 2010

Help, my baby is ill

Is it wrong to use social networks to communicate in a crisis?

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An American mom recently made headlines when she posted on Twitter after her son fell in the swimming pool. Many people felt that it was inappropriate for her to be tweeting at that time.

Is it wrong to use social networks to communicate in a crisis?

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