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Social Media and DarkNet for Police | Topic Guide: Multimedia

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Social Media : The Importance of Policies


Thesis Series: Twituational Awareness Using Crowdsourced #Disaster Epidemiology: Three Cases of Twituational Awareness

Dan Cain [4 Dec 2013]

The microblogging service Twitter shows particular potential in providing situational awareness. Tweets from a major snowstorm affecting the state of Massachusetts were collected, coded for content, and compared to traditional public health methods. The results indicate that Twitter can provide a rich source of data for responding agencies.