This article is not a stub. It states important facts about a discipline that too often treated the documentation of facts as unimportant.
Businesses come under political fire when they lose popular support. The increase in hostility to social networks has been both rapid and ironic.
Author and analyst Edward Finegold discussed the evolving challenges surrounding digital identities and the revenues they generate for episode 4 of the current season of RAG TV.
Other providers of education to RAFM practitioners should ask themselves why GRAPA is so much more popular than they are.
There are literally billions of bots masquerading as real users on Facebook, but no government or regulator protects Facebook customers from being wrongly billed.
Not unless users do more to protect themselves.
This multi-disciplinary text struggles to reach conclusions because the law is evolving.
Telcos will face additional pricing headaches as the Ugandan government imposes a tax on social media users of 200 shillings (roughly 5 US cents) per day.
Much of what people say about the need to control social media seems influenced by competition to be the center of attention.
Telcos have good reason to use social media to gather data about users. However, even governments find it hard to assess the risks of placing too much reliance on that kind of data.