Podcast: Securing Social Media: The Long Shadow of Bad Habits
News and views on social media in state and local government in one tidy little package.
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SHOW NOTESFox and Sirius XM Security Analyst Morgan Wright, who also serves as a Senior Fellow for the Center for Digital Government, discusses building better security defenses for public agencies with regulars Dustin Haisler, Anil Chawla and Paul Taylor. Also in this episode, Facebook's struggles with managing "post wars" in the wake of the police shooting of unarmed black men and a pair of gunman ambushes of police officers. See more on Morgan from the Center for Digital Government.
Plus, we announce the dates of the next GovTech Social Unconference — we're coming to Galvanize in Denver, Colo.! Attendance is limited, so get your free ticket now. We'll kick things off on Thursday, Oct. 6, with a full day of interactive sessions, feed you lunch (for free) and wrap things up by noon on Friday, Oct. 7. Reserve your spot now.
Anil has been busy with a new video column and a debut column on the Huffington Post.
PLAYLISTMusic heard on this episode:
- The Who, Who Are You, (1978)
- Aarti Shahani, In Wake Of Shootings, Facebook Struggles To Define Hate Speech, NPR, July 14, 2016.
- Fox News theme
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