Twitter, Facebook, Blogs As Online Advocacy Tools

The Washington Post examines the use of social media and blogs by public policy stakeholders as effective advocacy tools to deliver their messages.  The article also questions why some public relations executives who use their personal Twitter or Facebook profiles to discuss public policy issues of interest to their clients do not disclose the relationships.  A number of states are already reviewing the social media activities of campaigns and other political organizations to determine whether such sites should include disclaimers.

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