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2012 presidential campaign and social networks

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2012 Presidential Campaign and Social Networks Continued Here is a screenshot of  President Obama’s  Facebook page.  Facebook is also a good  place for friends to  discuss the current  election as well as  posting their views on  the debates or recent  updates on the election. 
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2012 Presidential Campaign and Social Networks Continued Not only has Facebook and other social networking sites allowed for advertising of the 2012 election, XBOX live has now joined the list. Here is a screenshot of a new section of the XBOX live dashboard labeled as election 2012. This allows gamers to view updates and watch live debates of the 2012 election. This has become a new tool for politicians to reach out to younger voters.
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Social Networking in Court Cases Social networking has  become an issue for  some causing legal  issues. According to a  recent study pulled from  Adelaidenow, States that  social networking sites  are used in 1 out 5 court  cases. Images as well as  comments posted are  used against the other  party in court. 
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