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NORAD has been tracking Santa since the 1950's, but this year parents and children will be able to log on to Facebook and Twitter to find out where he is.
Many people have speculated that Facebook's new communications platform might mean bad things for email. Dave Worsell, director of government solutions at GovDelivery in the UK, says that's not the case.
Vincent Melehy, an attorney Melehy & Associates, joined the DorobekINSIDER to discuss what you can do to protect yourself and what type of Facebook postings would be considered a fire-able offense.
Send us information on traffic jams, airport lines or any other nuisances you come across as you venture out. Add the the #WTOPTRAVEL hashtag to your Tweets, post on our Facebookpage or add a comment to this story.
The Air Force is warning its troops to be careful when using Facebook and other popular networking sites because some new features could show the enemy exactly where U.S. forces are located in war zones.
Facebook's revamped Messages will be a very attractive target for spammers, scammers and malware makers, according to security experts.
How is the federal government using social media? Host Mark Amtower interviews Marc Hausman, CEO & president of the Strategic Communications Group.
November 15, 2010
Mashable's Pete Cashmere writes in CNN that Facebook may be unveiling an e-mail service.
The world's most popular social networking site has announced yet another addition to its arsenal of online weapons designed to take down internet powerhouse Google.