Woman Apologizes After Coughing On Singer-Songwriter Clayton Gardner During PerformanceA woman who appeared to intentionally cough on Texas singer-songwriter Clayton Gardner as he performed has apologized.
Should Police Be Allowed To Shame Suspects On Facebook?Police departments are increasingly using Facebook to inform the community about what they're doing. But civil rights advocates say posting mugshots and written descriptions amounts to public shaming of people not yet convicted.
Bad Behavior Is Trending Online, Inspiring It In Real LifeCelebrities who engage in flagrant attacks on social media are rewarded with worldwide attention. While public interest in bad behavior is nothing new, social media has created a vast new venue for incivility to be expressed, witnessed and shared.
Phones And Social Media Turn Consumers Into WhistleblowersLook out, Corporate America. Customers armed with smartphones and video cameras are watching when you screw up.