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As the Egyptian government has pulled the plug on social media and even the Internet in response to the protests, the United States now has a bill that would arguably give the U.S. president this power as well.
The federal government is no stranger to Facebook, Twitter, blogs and even photo-sharing sites like Flickr. Using those tools effectively is the subject of the Federal News Radio Discussion: Shouting from the Rooftops.
A federal judge will soon consider whether an employee was legally fired after she criticized her boss on Facebook.
A new report combines the findings of two surveys -one targeting federal employees, the other federal contractors - on the use of social media in the government. Research Director at Market Connections, John Kagia, fills us in.
The Small Business Administration's Joe Zepecki says the new SBA.gov represents a cultural shift at the agency.
The collaborative tool is an example of how agencies can share information securely. Chris Bronk, a fellow for information technology policy at the James Baker Institute for Public Policy at Rice University, explains how Diplopedia works.
Every work environment needs a venue for employees to blow of steam. But usage of social media websites by hospital staff worldwide has drawn particular criticism recently.
U.S. Archivist David Ferriero describes how the National Archives is using online tools to increase public participation.