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December 15, 2010 | By

State Dept. Spokesman Heavily Uses Twitter to Battle WikiLeaks Fallout (The Hill) State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley has been employing Twitter to hit back at the latest WikiLeaks document dump that began nearly two weeks ago. Networks and Hierarchies: A Typology of Digital Activism Today (Tech President) A typology of how networks affect hierarchies in […]

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December 8, 2010 | By

White House Uses Social Media as ‘Costco Version of Politics’ (Poynter) While some of Obama’s campaign videos attracted more than a million online views, the audience for the newer content often can be measured in the hundreds. Hackers Strike Back to Support WikiLeaks Founder (The Washington Post) WikiLeaks supporters struck back Wednesday at perceived enemies […]

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December 3, 2010 | By

Amazon Removes WikiLeaks From Servers (The New York Times) Pressured by federal lawmakers, Amazon.com booted WikiLeaks from its computer servers. Obama Administration Begins Publishing Names of Federal Subcontractors on Web (The Washington Post) The U.S. government is giving the public new details about how it spends taxpayer money on government business. Don’t forget to sign […]

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November 30, 2010 | By

What Wikileaks Means for “Open Government” (Tech President) Could Wikileaks’ release of U.S. State Department cables indirectly deal a blow to the cause of open government? A Facebook Founder Begins a Social Network Focused on Charities (The New York Times) A new venture called Jumo aims to connect people with nonprofits and charitable organizations. Don’t […]

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November 29, 2010 | By

WikiLeaks: ‘Surprised’ By Scale of U.S. Espionage (CNN) WikiLeaks began publishing confidential U.S. government papers on Sunday. George W. Bush to Visit Facebook HQ for Live Video Q&A (Mashable) Users will have an opportunity to ask the former president questions at a Facebook Live event. Don’t forget to sign up for K Street Café’s mailing-list […]

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November 22, 2010 | By

WikiLeaks Announces Release 7x the Size of the Iraq War Logs (Mashable) WikiLeaks announced on its Twitter account a release it claims will be bigger than the Iraq war logs. Who Will Speak on Behalf of Social Media to the Next Congress? [OP-ED] (Mashable) A discussion on who speaks for social media in Washington. Don’t […]

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November 12, 2010 | By

How Social Media Is Making Veteran Service Organizations Better (Mashable) Social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook have changed the way the VA and traditional veterans’ service organizations reach both the newer and older generations of veterans. Wikileaks’ “War Logs” Prove a Boon to Researchers Allowed at Them (Tech President) Wikileaks’ “Iraq War Logs” of […]

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July 26, 2010 | By

WikiLeaks Scoop Sets Media on New Course (Media Life) WikiLeaks revelation of war documents and release to news sources gives a glimpse into the new age of breaking news. Social Media Changes Politics in the U.S., Sparks Revolutions Around the World (ABC) ABC World News explores key examples of how social media is impacting politics. […]