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Likes, Shares and Drug Deals: WVU Researchers Create Model That Detects Illicit Drug Trafficking
on Social Media

From WVUToday

MORGANTOWN W. Va— Social media can be much more than political rants and snapshots of scrumptious meals or furry friends.

West Virginia University researchers have found that social networking platforms can serve as a direct-to-consumer marketing tool for drug dealers to sell illicit drugs.

Professor Xin Li, in the Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, and Chuanbo . . .