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Lesson Learned: Terrorism Tweet Sends 14 Year Old to Jail

A 14 year old Dutch girl has been arrested for joking about terrorism via Twitter. On Sunday 13th a user by the name of @QueenDemetriax_ sent a tweet to American Airlines that read as follows: “@AmericanAir hello my name’s Ibrahim and I’m from Afghanistan. 208 more words

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I pray for you....

These next few days are going to be hard. My school has received some serious threats. All I can think about are a few things. What could have happened in this persons life to make them want to do this? 469 more words

Classes cancelled after message found on Auburn campus

AUBURN, Ala.- Classes have been cancelled officially on Auburn University after this threatening message was found on campus.

While police have not ruled this as a credible threat, security on campus has doubled in man power until the issue can be investigated further. 14 more words

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SWOT Analysis

A SWOT analysis can be used for so many different things. Here at EHart Golf we like to do a SWOT analysis to your own golf swing and game. 316 more words

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5 Reasons why you shouldn't make online threats.

1.  There is a small chance that, the threat you’ll make, will be taken seriously. If that happens and the threat you made actually reported to the authorities, it wont really matter if you did it for fun or if you were serious about it. 348 more words

Twitter Nightmare for American Airlines, US Airways

One of the biggest social media trends over the weekend dealt with a 14-year old Dutch girl and American Airlines, and it even involved an arrest by Dutch police. 488 more words

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Dutch Arrest Girl Whose Tweet Threatened American Airlines

AMSTERDAM (AP) — Police in the Netherlands have arrested a 14-year-old girl on suspicion of threatening American Airlines in a tweet.

Police spokesman Roland Ekkers said the girl, who has not been identified for privacy reasons, turned herself in to Rotterdam police in the company of a parent Monday and is now being interrogated. 88 more words

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