Facebook sets up safety check for Hurricane Harvey survivors

People in the storm's path can mark themselves as safe on the site.
0:54 | 08/28/17

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Transcript for Facebook sets up safety check for Hurricane Harvey survivors
In today's tech bikes Facebook's safety check is on in Houston people an army captain mark themselves say on the site they can also check on possible ways to help victims and the safe function also allows users to check on friends in the area to see if there are okay. It also donate ten dollars to the Red Cross relief efforts just text Harvey 290999. And when you did a charity will then ask for your zip code to confirm your donation or you can go to Red Cross dot org and make a contribution there including larger amounts. And you can also donate to Apple's iTunes in amounts ranging from five to 200 dollars. Apple says it will donate 100% of the money to the American Red Cross. Apple has had similar donation campaigns for. All their natural disasters. And many celebrities including Kevin Hart is calling his celebrity friends and they stepping up those deer tick bites. A great day.

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