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Government Turns to Its Staff to Connect to Citizens Online

Katherine Barrett, Richard Greene, Governing / November 10, 2017

Social Media Quickly Becoming a Crime-Fighting Tool in Albuquerque, N.M.

Maggie Shepard, Albuquerque Journal / November 6, 2017

Tech Startups Can Help Revitalize Both Ends of Your Ballot

Paul W. Taylor / November 6, 2017

Vance County, N.C., Commissioners to Vote on Social Media Policy

Rachael Riley Henderson, Daily Dispatch / November 2, 2017

U.S. Senate Committee Presses Tech Giants for Answers on Russia

Marissa Lang, San Francisco Chronicle / November 1, 2017

Despite Elections Scandal, Facebook Likely to Remain a Powerhouse

David Pierson, Los Angeles Times / October 25, 2017

Twitter to Create Ad ‘Transparency Center’

Selina Wang, Bloomberg News / October 25, 2017

Antioch, Calif., City Officials Invest in Website to Push Positive Image

Aaron Davis, East Bay Times / October 19, 2017

Solving the Political Ad Problem with Transparency

Seth Copen Goldstein, Professor, Carnegie Mellon University / October 18, 2017

Social Media Controversy Unseats DuPont, Wa., Planning Commissioner

Candice Ruud, The News Tribune / October 6, 2017

Analytics, Blockchain and Cybersecurity at NASCIO

, / October 6, 2017
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Ty Wood: #SocialMedia Coordinator for Louisville Metro @CityofClovisCA and @ClovisPolice_CA.

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