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The Daily Beast describes the newest browser, RockMelt, which integrates social media.
The National Labor Relations Board says criticism of a boss or a company on social media sites, such as Facebook, is a protected activity and employers are violating the law if they fire you.
Amidst a rise in cyber attacks, OhMyGov's Mark Malseed joined Francis Rose on In Depth to discuss how agencies can continue to innovate in times of increased online threats.
It is not as easy to prevent those with ill intent from accessing personal information in social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Flickr than those sites would have users believe, according to a new online study.
In an attempt to keep up with the perpetually evolving news industry, a downtown summit seeks to better incorporate these cutting-edge tools of the trade.
Richard Spires says reticence over private sector social network access from within government networks is not because the department thinks sites such as Facebook are frivolous.
Facebook has gained much notoriety of late, from the recent movie chronicling its contentious creation to the March announcement that it surpassed online powerhouse Google as the most-visited website.
Adam Conner, the Washington DC associate manager for privacy and global public policy at Facebook, participated in the State Department's Panel on Social Media and Cybersecurity. He said State has done a great job of creating social media experts.
The federal government exploits social media users' desire for online popularity to gain access to private information, a digital civil liberties watchdog group says.
The rise of the use of Facebook and other social media has been a great marketing tool for many agencies, The Wall Street Journal reports.