The Indiana Department of Education says new Facebook pages and Twitter accounts should help Hoosiers become more involved with education initiatives.
Indiana lawmakers are considering a bill that would make it illegal for someone to create a fake social media profile of a teacher.
A federal appeals court has ordered an immediate injunction against Indiana's law that bans sex offenders from using social networking sites.
ALCU officials claim the ban violates the first amendment right to free speech.
One Bloomington adviser says his clients have been calling him for weeks with questions about Facebook stock.
An online poll on Facebook and Sprite's website led to the award.
The recent comment made on a Franklin Central High School student‘s Facebook page illustrates the pressure it places on administrators.
The plan calls for more domestic oil production, increased fuel efficiency in vehicles, and incentives for energy performance in buildings.
A team of Indiana University doctoral students is responsible for finding a glitch in Facebook's security protocol.