Wed., March 11, 2015 6:00am
What if your kid posted something mean or defamatory about another kid on Facebook and months later you were sued over it and held responsible for your child’s actions? Bobbie Battista explores this subject in the latest edition of the "Generation Nation" podcast.
Fri., February 21, 2014 1:09pm
Back in the day, bullies operated in the schoolyard. When they got the internet, they were able operate pretty much anywhere; and in Georgia, schools' hands are often tied when it comes do cracking down on them. Georgia is one of the 32 states that do not have a specific law against cyberbullying. That means, there is a loophole for cyberbullies to get away with what they do, especially if they find their victims outside the school.
Fri., October 12, 2012 7:00am
A police officer on Georgia's coast is asking a judge to issue a warrant against a preacher over comments posted about her on Facebook. The officer said the preacher "has caused me severe grief" in questioning her integrity as an officer and a business owner.
Mon., June 11, 2012 8:38am
Officials are saying that recent numbers show trends in the age and economic impact of Savannah's visitors. The average age of a visitor in now in the early to mid-40's, while the average amount of money spent per party during an overnight stay is $507.
Fri., March 23, 2012 1:45pm
It’s fairly standard practice to submit a resume, a cover letter and several references when applying for a job. That could be changing, and actually has at some tech and marketing companies, where they are more interested in your Web presence than your resume.