I thought this was interesting and wanted to see what you thought about this as social media becomes more prevalent.
Here is an article about two travelers who were detained in L.A. due to the comments they posted on Twitter.
Travelers Say They Were Denied Entry to U.S. for Twitter Jokes - via the NY Times The Lede Blog
Apparently, the Department of Homeland Security is now monitoring what is being said on social media sites and what you say may now affect your entry into both the U.S. and potentially even other countries.
What are you thoughts on this? Do you think what you say on social media should affect your entry into a foreign country? Do you think the government should monitor what you say on social media?
Also, do you think we should do more to educate young people about the effect their social media posts have on their future (career, education, and now travel wise
This blog is all about social media. I hope to offer tips, tricks, advice and more on using social media within international education and international travel.