Officials in a small South Carolina mountain town say they’ve accepted the mayor’s apology for a Facebook post criticizing a decision that allowed gay couples to apply for marriage licenses.
The mayor of a small South Carolina town is under fire after her Facebook post criticizing a decision allowing gay couples to apply for marriage licenses.
On this exciting episode of Old Man Cam, we go to the vault and dust off his collection of amateur home videos to see Jim Celania’s first pilot episode of “Jimmy Unplugged!”
Who’s watching you? What are they learning about you? And how can you turn it off?
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A North Carolina appeals court panel says the state’s requirement barring registered sex offenders from commercial social networking sites like Facebook is unconstitutional because it’s vague and violates free speech. A […]
(CBS Charlotte) — The deadline for filing your taxes is less than a week away. If you’ve waited to the last minute, like many of us have, now is the time to get organized, and […]
SEATTLE (AP) — A bill amendment proposed Tuesday could allow employers to ask for a worker’s Facebook or other social media password during company investigations. The provision was proposed for a bill that safeguards social […]
(CBS Charlotte) — A new study by IDC, sponsored by Facebook, reveals that on average, smartphone owners check Facebook 14 times per day from their phones — yes, 14 times per day! While this study […]
(CBS Charlotte) — It’s hard to believe that in today’s day and age racism still exists in America — but it does. The fact that racism continues to persist in our country, is downright shameful. […]
(CBS Charlotte) — Lookout Facebook users, there may be a fee involved the next time you send a Facebook message to someone who isn’t on your friends list. Back in December 2012, Facebook announced that […]