Social Media Technology and Government Transparency

  title={Social Media Technology and Government Transparency},
  author={John Carlo Bertot and Paul T. Jaeger and Sean A. Munson and T. Glaisyer},
Researching and evaluating social media initiatives is essential to encourage usage, continually improve the tools and policies governing their use, and develop governance processes that incorporate social media participation in its many forms. 
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