At least, not on purpose. Nursing home workers across the country are posting embarrassing and dehumanizing photos of elderly residents on social media networks such as Snapchat, violating their privacy, dignity and, sometimes, the law. Since Mayemployees at 18 nursing homes and assisted living facilities across the country have posted unauthorized pictures and videos of residents on social media platforms, according to an analysis from ProPublica. Burr Ridge police are investigating Snapchat videos taken at a residential facility for people with dementia that appear to show employees mocking and humiliating residents, as well as recording some while they were in their underwear or partially naked. Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings.
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The technological advances of the Internet age have changed modern society. Snapchat was the social platform of choice in 16 of those cases, but videos and photos of nursing home patients have also been shared on Facebook and Instagram, according to court documents and media reports examined by ProPublica. Discussion in ' Pervs in the News ' started by FrejaMay 7, Updated November 21, Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about.
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