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The Socially Responsible Role of Social Media in Crisis Management

March 5, 2013 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Hurricane Sandy, which struck the U.S.’ Eastern seaboard last October, exemplified the use of social networks in disaster communications. Millions of residents were affected. For many, real-time information was provided through independent, citizen-generated Facebook pages like Jersey Shore Hurricane News and Twitter.

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