• Can Facebook get you fired?

    Dawnmarie Souza — who was fired for using a Facebook post to criticize a supervisor — was deemed wrongfully terminated by a National Labor Relations Board ruling, the Harvard Business Review blog reports. Souza’s employer,…

  • Social media in the federal government

    How is the federal government using social media? Host Mark Amtower interviews Marc Hausman, CEO & president of the Strategic Communications Group. November 15, 2010

  • Will Facebook be your new e-mail provider?

    Mashable’s Pete Cashmere writes in CNN that Facebook may be unveiling an e-mail service.

  • Inside the secret new Internet browser

    The Daily Beast describes the newest browser, RockMelt, which integrates social media.

  • How to innovate in times of rising cyber attacks

    Amidst a rise in cyber attacks, OhMyGov’s Mark Malseed joined Francis Rose on In Depth to discuss how agencies can continue to innovate in times of increased online threats.

  • DHS CIO: Social networks pose cyber problem

    Richard Spires says reticence over private sector social network access from within government networks is not because the department thinks sites such as Facebook are frivolous.

  • State creating social media experts

    Adam Conner, the Washington DC associate manager for privacy and global public policy at Facebook, participated in the State Department’s Panel on Social Media and Cybersecurity. He said State has done a great job of creating social media experts.

  • Social media redefines who is boss

    The rise of the use of Facebook and other social media has been a great marketing tool for many agencies, The Wall Street Journal reports.

  • In good social standing

    A new study finds Facebook — along with other social sites like Twitter and MySpace — have become the most commonly used Gov 2.0 tools for government agencies.

  • Which sites are riskier than porn for malware threats?

    Adult web sites have long been thought of as the riskiest place to get a computer virus, but you’re actually more likely to download malware on popular sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, CSO Magazine reports.