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Wizpor®: The Benefits of Having an Anonymous Live Simulcast Audience

January 8, 2013 // Business, Law, Politics // No Comments

  By Amy Singer, Ph.D. and Diana Greninger   Today’s business environment is more complex and competitive than it has ever been. Most businesses, attorneys and politicians have already discovered the need and benefits of immersing themselves in social media.  […]

SEC Left Computers Containing Sensitive Info Vulnerable To Cyber Attacks

November 9, 2012 // Law, News and Views, Politics // 2 Comments

  By Sarah N. Lynch WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Staffers at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission failed to encrypt some of their computers containing highly sensitive information from stock exchanges, leaving the data vulnerable to cyber attacks, according to people […]

Political – Social Media and Politics

October 22, 2012 // News and Views, Politics // No Comments

  Jordan Bernas, Alligator Blogger In an age where the lives of everyday citizens can be found documented on Facebook, it shouldn’t be surprising that in an election to decide the leader of the free world, social media is exploding. 

Two-thirds use social networking for political, civic activities

October 22, 2012 // News and Views, Politics // No Comments

Article posted on sfgate.comand posted by: Benny Evangelista This should come as no surprise at a time when a phrase like “binders full of women” can instantly become an Internet meme, but a new study shows that about 66 percent […]

Stakes grow in Gulf spill litigation

October 16, 2012 // BP, BP, Business, Law, News and Views, Politics // 3 Comments

By Emily Pickrell | Friday, October 12, 2012 The federal government raised the stakes Friday in civil litigation over the 2010 Gulf oil spill, joining other plaintiffs in asking a judge to rule that workers’ refusal to testify amounted to […]

Debate Watchers’ Use of Social Media Can Create ‘Instantaneous Consensus’

October 16, 2012 // News and Views, Politics // One Comment

By Emily Cahn, Roll Call Staff Oct. 11, 2012, 5:42 p.m A survey by the Pew Research Center shedding light on how Americans are receiving information about candidate debates could help politicians tailor their message to specific audiences. 

Paul Ryan wins the social media battle at the VP debate

October 16, 2012 // News and Views, Politics // No Comments

By JANA KASPERKEVIC Hearst Washington Bureau The highly anticipated vice presidential debate might have been a draw or a victory for either of the candidates — it all depends on which pundit you prefer. However, on social media platforms such […]

Look Like You’re Winning: 2012 Presidential Debate Series, Part One

October 5, 2012 // Law, News and Views, Politics // 2 Comments

By Dr. Ken Broda-Bahm Amid the spin and analysis in the immediate aftermath of last night’s lead-off Presidential Debate, much of the reaction is focused on appearance and style, with some wondering if Obama was on the receiving end of […]

Social Media Weights in on 2012 Presidental Debate

October 4, 2012 // News and Views, Politics // No Comments

Source: Big Bird is endangered. Jim Lehrer lost control. And Mitt Romney crushed  President Barack Obama. Those were the judgments rendered across Twitter and Facebook Wednesday  during the first debate of the 2012 presidential contest. While millions turned  on […]

2012 Presidential Election: Twitter, Facebook, And How They Are Changing Politics [ANALYSIS]

October 3, 2012 // News and Views, Politics // No Comments

By Ian Kar No matter what side of the political spectrum you are on, social media websites and applications will be a large part of the 2012 election.