Twitter and Government
The microblogging networking site is finding a foothold in government, while also being a leading voice in emerging technology.
June 14 With Hillary Clinton joining the social network, John Oliver and Jessica Williams have advice.
June 12 The Senate appropriations chair shot back after a reporter accused her of trying to limit talk about NSA data mining.
June 6 Many on social media are not shocked about the news.
June 6 The Turkish government has incurred the wrath of Anonymous and the Syrian Electronic Army.
June 6 Many park personnel believe the Internet encourages vandals.
June 5 At least 25 people have been arrested this week for messages of protest, perhaps centered on a few videos or one photo, that they've posted on the social network.
May 23 The added layer of security will likely help prevent hackings in the future.
May 22 Young people are maintaining Facebook accounts, but aren't using them frequently.
May 16 New research suggests that location plays a smaller role now in who we talk to and what we talk about.
April 30 Company suggests anti-hacking techniques.
April 30 Can a developer striking out on his own solve the social network's big flaw?
April 29 The latest legislative proposals coming out of the FBI's Next Generation Cyber Initiative would threaten the likes of Facebook and Google with legal inquiries and fines if they don't comply.
April 24 A hack on Tuesday reported to the world that the White House had been bombed and President Obama injured.
April 24 Administration social media accounts offered no assurance Obama was safe after the AP’s hacked Twitter account reported explosions.
April 23 Human error is often at fault for these events.
April 19 As copycat accounts pop up, what's right, wrong and illegal?
April 9 The former President now has close to 34,000 on the social networking site.
April 9 Senate Homeland Security is the seventh of 16 standing committees to launch an account.
April 8 Some agencies and officials are already posting six-second videos to the new social site.
April 8 The account is now in the hands of a non-partisan, not-for-profit group.