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SOLVING THE CRIME - Police and media/news outlets are looking to shutter-happy cellphone users and social media gurus that may have images of the scene before, during and after. With almost every citizen armed with a cellphone, the photos, tips and movies that get sent in just might help solve. Just about every major country has at least one government-sponsored "cyber warfare" group - including the United States. In fact, there has been speculations that North Korea graduates about 500 "cyber warriors" every year from their training programs. Imagery of the tragedy is readily available anywhere online, in part, due to the fact that everyone with a phone, camera or tablet can help paint the picture of the news. Deadspin was the first to break the news of the bombing a short 13-minutes after it occurred. But he does take care to cover his tracks. He even claims to know details of the Google attack. That Trojan horse on Google was created by a foreign hacker, he says, indicating that the virus was then altered in China.
TWITTER - Twitter seems to be the natural place for up-to-the minute information in any situation. So, it seems a natural fit in an emergency as well. The police, city and newspapers leveraged their Twitter feeds to deliver frequent updates in the aftermath of the tragedy.
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Show all posts Apr. 16, 2013 11:43 pm Often, social media keeps us away from the tasks we should be doing, or is a nice break from the workday. In an emergency, it can be the difference between life and death for those directly affected.
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