How to use social media in crisis situations

French and Belgian authorities are tracking down the terrorists suspected of organising attacks in Paris on Friday 13 November 2015. As any community that has experienced terrorism can declare, the fallout from such a traumatic experience can last for years. The consequences of the Paris attacks have impact also outside of France as the country is a EU member state and has boarders with Belgium, Luxemburg, Germany, Spain and Italy. Those could be: an increased sense of fear; fiscal impact by increased spending on security and defence; negative trends in economic growth and business. The first information on the terrorist attacks in the French capital came via Twitter and Facebook. Social me

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