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A trip to The Gambia revealed to Steven George-Hilley a hidden network of people who met, kept in touch and delivered aid through social media channels.
Up to five workers at the Department for Transport have been sacked for misuse of social media, Parliament Street finds.
In a new paper, North Korean defector Kim Joo Il says improvements to human rights in North Korea can only happen with Europe’s support.
Parliament Street investigates social media policy at the Department of Work and Pensions.
In a research report for Parliament Street, John N Davie argues that Latin should be a core part of the curriculum.
Parliament Street investigates how social media channels are connecting networks of aid workers in the developing world.
A Parliament Street investigation discovers that the BBC has sacked two members of staff for misusing social media.
Business intelligence offers a serious weapon in the battle against crime, argues Steven George-Hilley
“There can be no excuses for the Government to delay fully embracing BI in the fight against crime. Thanks for the explosion of social media, a wealth of data exists to track the movements, analyse and identify potential or ongoing offenders before they commit a criminal act.”
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