Social Media

A Warning for Elected Officials on Social Media—Court Says Don't Block Critics

A social media page can be the equivalent of a public meeting, a federal appellate court found for the first time last week.

The Peaceful Transition of Government Twitter Accounts

House Republicans are taking the fruits of Twitter’s growth with them into the minority.

GSA Emerging Tech Leader Heads to the Private Sector

Justin Herman, who leads GSA’s Emerging Citizen Technology Office, is moving to the private sector.

Election Security is a Key Part of House Democrats' Reform Bill

H.R. 1 would codify many of the security measures lawmakers have pushed for the last two years.

Keep the Faith: America’s GDPR Will Come

What should it look like? How should companies prepare?

The Hottest Tools in Coding This Year Included React and Python

Programming trends can offer insight into what businesses are investing in.

The IRS Wants to Use Social Media to Catch Tax Cheats

Auditors would use the tool to shore up previously identified cases.

Facebook Didn’t Sell Your Data; It Gave It Away

In exchange for even more data about you from Amazon, Netflix, Spotify, Microsoft, and others

Foreign-Influence Operation

It’s disturbing how easily Internet Research Agency accounts blended into America’s online life.

Facebook Faces Another Privacy Scandal

This time it's over user photos that have been exposed.