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This report examines the impact that social media has had on government policy, as well as how to manage the associated risk and leverage the benefits of social media.
On 19 August 2010 the Victorian Managed Insurance Authority (VMIA) convened a roundtable, to discuss...
Online social networks provide opportunities for users to engage in activities with social and environmental purpose.
Global focus on combating climate change has positioned the role of the citizen as a significant component in reducing environmental harm. This paper explores the ways in which...
It is fashionable for government agencies to have a Facebook or Twitter account these days. But should tweets and status updates be backed up to leave a digital trail for transparency’s sake?
Not all policymakers have made their minds up, as perspectives from the...
A US study finds younger internet users are losing interest in blogging and prefer shorter and more mobile forms of communication.
Two Pew Internet Project surveys of teens and adults reveal a decline in blogging among teens and young adults and a...
The CSIS Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th US Presidency has released its final report. The Commission’s three major findings are:Cybersecurity is now one of the major national security problems facing the United States; Decisions and actions must respect American values related to...
This conversation with political analyist and 2010 Parlimentary Fellow, Dr Peter Brent, discusses the changing relationship with Federal politicians and the media.