UW-Green Bay Using Snapchat To Alert Accepted StudentsSome students hoping to get into a Wisconsin school this year may find out in a "snap."
Local Advertising Company Seeks Interns Through SnapchatSpace150, a local advertising firm which helps big name companies with technology and branding in the digital age, is trying to attract some summer employees a little differently than most of us are used to.
Local Company Seeks Interns Through SnapchatSpace 150, a local advertising firm which helps big name companies with technology and branding in the digital age, is trying to attract some summer employees a little differently than most of us are used to.
Eagan Teacher Charged With Stalking 12-Year-Old Student Via SnapchatAn Eagan teacher is facing criminal charges for stalking a middle school student via social media, the Dakota County Attorney's office said Thursday.
Good Question: What's Draining Our Phone Battery?A reporter for The Guardian made news this week when he uninstalled the Facebook app on his Android phone. He said that move alone consistently gave him 20 percent more battery power.
How To Protect Kids From Online DangerNow that school is out, your children may have more free time to spend online. That increases the chances of them coming in contact with criminals.
Family Accused Of Cyber Bullying Apologizes For Dad's ReactionThe family of the Prior Lake father who is accused of retaliating in the wake of his kids' alleged cyber bullying has responded to the national attention the incident has attracted. Recently, Brad Knudson posted a video on YouTube to show people how his 14-year-old daughter was being bullied via Snapchat.
Prior Lake Father Calls Out Teen Daughter’s Bullies OnlineA Prior Lake father is taking a unique approach to fight back against the family he says bullied his 14-year-old girl. He's calling them out on YouTube by showing an offensive video sent to his African-American daughter. (Warning: Video contains strong language). Brad Knudson posted the video to show people how his daughter was being bullied with racist messages via Snapchat. The YouTube video he made late Monday already has over 58,000 views.
Beware: Your Reputation Is Now Being GoogledAs Facebook became more popular, teenagers were taught not to put embarrassing pictures online. But some of their parents have yet to learn the lesson.

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