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  1. Social networks, a driver for economic and political change?

    --- Posted by Isidro Laso Ballesteros, DG INFSO Scientific Officer in unit responsible for Networked Media Systems, Workshop organiser at Digital Agenda Assembly Social networks are dramatically transforming economic and policy landscape, e.g. Arab uprisin ...

    - 27/09/2012 - 16:30 - 1 comment

  2. Tweetchat on 30 June: How can we keep the Digital Agenda digital?

    Tweetchat on 30 June: How can we keep the Digital Agenda digital?--- Posted by Robert Madelin, DG INFSO Director General During the 1st Digital Agenda Assembly I noticed that online engagement is worth the effort. We have collected hundreds of positive fe ...

    - 03/10/2012 - 13:56 - 2 comments

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    Delivering better public services through the use of social media?

    In what areas and how could EU action on social media benefit employability, jobs and growth across Europe?--- Posted by Paul Timmers, Director "ICT Addressing Societal Challenges" at DG INFSO In what areas and how could EU action on social medi ...

    - 03/01/2013 - 17:19 - 13 comments

  4. Heather Blanchard's picture

    Legacy is like a ton of bricks: Thoughts on social media, entrepreneurism and participatory government

    I was invited recently to participate in a seminar on Socio-Economic Assessment of the Benefits of Social Networks for Organisations. The discussion quickly focused on how the Commission might change the way it engages in the future, and how it could cham ...

    - 08/09/2014 - 16:04 - 9 comments

  5. Stimulating growth and business revenue through social media

    At DG INFSO, we are impressed with the drive and enthusiasm of a project being managed from a variety of independent social media experts throughout Europe in the run-up to the Digital Agenda Assembly 2012. We asked Axel Schultze, leader of the project to ...

    - 08/09/2014 - 16:04 - 7 comments