DHS sets policies for ‘unidirectional social media’ tools and personal information

By Alice Lipowicz, Federal Computer Week, Mar 24, 2011

The Homeland Security Department has trained its employees not to collect personal data from individuals with whom they interact via social media tools such as widgets, mobile applications, text messages and Real Simple Syndication feeds, according to a report from the department’s Office of the Chief Privacy Officer. …

For full text of the article, visit DHS sets policies for ‘unidirectional social media’ tools and personal information — Federal Computer Week.

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