DHS partnering with tech sector to tackle terrorist content
Deputy Secretary Elaine Duke says the agency is collaborating with tech companies to combat the content terrorist organizations use to recruit.
Consumer Product Safety Commission brings a touch of ‘Weird Twitter’ to the federal government
Behind the agency's strange, meme-like tweets is a social media specialist who's just trying to get people to pay attention.
Don’t bring a sandwich slicer in your carry-on, and other tips from TSA’s first Facebook Live
Bob Burns, the brains behind the agency's popular Instagram account, did a Facebook Live interview on Monday.
Applet service IFTTT launches project to expand use of government information
One Applet automatically saves NASA's picture of the day to an iOS album. Another allows a voter to get an email every time the local congressman tweets.
Feds haven’t evaluated if efforts to counter extremism actually work, watchdog says
The federal government has been working to counter violent extremism on and off line, but has been doing so without a way to measure if its overall effort is actually helping, a watchdog said in a recent report.
Pro-Trump Twitter bots are now promoting WikiLeaks’ CIA dump
Our sister publication CyberScoop details how about 32,000 unique Twitter accounts — more commonly known as “bots” — tweeted more than 170,000 times using the #Vault7 hashtag on March 8, the day the leaked information was made public.