US Census examines the depth and the breadth of our national life. In addition to the census of every household in the nation that occurs every 10 years, the Bureau conducts comprehensive censuses of manufacturers, retail trade, wholesale trade, service industries, finance, insurance, real estate, transportation, communication, utilities, mining, and governments every 5 years. Each year, approximately 300 surveys are conducted for federal, state, and commercial clients.
Americans need to know the whole truth and nothing but, so help us, God. Why do we allow this to continue?
Why did Donald Trump move on from liers Roy Cohn to Michael Cohen as his attorney and fixers?
How did POTUS get here? It was Roy Marcus Cohn a gay-hating homosexual, and Jew-hater? Was he the presence of evil?
#RoyCohen James Woods' Citizen Cohn is also worth watching https://youtu.be/jtQNGUIw2Hg
Social media platforms are growing in numbers and, with the increased use of mobile devices, they are likely to reach 3 billion users. Therefore, it is time to deal with online terrorism causing Internet chaos in all its evil forms.
The top platforms aren’t the only places considering how to handle violent extremism. And traditional moderation doesn’t affect smaller sites where some promote videos or praise shooters.
S0T0 is a media maestro with 99 Assets on this digital wall.
1. CONTENT CURATION
Content Curation is the process social media sites use to gather and present content (articles, links, videos, images, etc.) that are relevant to a specific topic or a user’s area of interest. Content can be selected manually by a person designated as a curator, or it can be gathered through automated programs that track things like upvoting, likes, or analysis of a user’s previous online activity.
Grilling usually involves a significant amount of direct, radiant heat, and tends to be used for food and now for public figures.
Social Media Executives Testify on Russian Interference in U.S. Elections. Invited are Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg to testified on Russian interference in U.S. elections before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
False information spreads like wildfire across social networks, particularly during primaries, midterm, and general elections.
I learned a long time ago never to believe everything you're told or read until I become engaged in checking all facts. I reject terms like fake news, witch hunt, the enemy of the people.
Never has it been easier than now to do just that. This is the reason I emphasize to all my students to become involved in an exhaustive fact-checking process. Everyone should be doubling down on facts.
Truth and justice is The American Way. This has always been a great nation and it will continue to be one, no matter if anyone else sees it differently. We must never allow our great future to rush in a daze.
Americans are better than this. We should stop paying attention to bogus tweets, fake news, false statements, or made up statistics which are dividing friends and families as well as attracting the ire from our closest allies.
These are the possibilities. Folks are spreading deliberate lies, or are morons with no idea what they're saying.
The 3rd largest Social media platform and others have been experiencing problems today.
Twitter has been out sparingly today. The website is listed eBizMBA Rank | 310,000,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 21 - Compete Rank | 8 - Quantcast Rank | 8 - Alexa Rank | Last Updated 2016.
The Most Popular Social Networking Sites | eBizMBA
An Oxford University Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism research finds that when it comes to news, young people prefer social media over TV.
The report found that 28 percent of adults aged 18 to 24 use social media as their main source of news, compared to 24 percent for TV.
This is the first time social media has overtaken TV in the Reuters Institute’s report history, which has been conducted yearly since 2011.
About half or 44 percent say they used Facebook for news. The runner-up was YouTube, at only 19 percent.
About half of college students say curtailing the news media’s access to campus events in certain scenarios, such as when protesters want to be left alone 48 percent, when they believe a reporter will be biased 49 percent, and when they want to tell the story themselves on social media 44 percent, according to the findings in a a new Gallup Poll.
The survey says 75 percent of students think colleges should expose students to all types of speech and viewpoints, but a majority of students believe campus climates prevent many from saying what they believe to avoid offending others.