I think the best solution for fixing our everyday SMS problems would be to include an undo button. Everyone has sent that text that you never meant to send someone and things become really awkward. We can get rid of the risk of akwardness by putting the undo button.
This is the simplest way that we can fix this problem for ALL users. Everyone will know how to use an undo button. Anybody that has used a computer or other electronics should be familiar with the undo button. And it would be a simple click of a button. It is practical and it passes the “how can we make this more compatible for the laziest users test.”
I picked the Nova Scotia media policy because it was really random and had potential to be really interesting. I was correct; it actually was really cool how they have policies for a location instead of a corporation. The main emphasis of the policy is to encourage clear and effective communication with all Nova Scotians using a variety of accepted tools, including social media. It is interesting because they explain exactly what is media and what and what can not be on the media. They also explain the proper ways to practice good media usage by measuring it to an imaginary “appropriatness” level that it must pass or else it will be taken down.
I found it cool that they had to specify exactly who needs to follow these policies.
The policy was pretty similar to any other social media policy. It explained what kind of media can be monitored and also for what reason it is being monitored.