Facebook has some new hired help to handle lobbying on issues related to privacy.
Members of Congress
Advocacy experts, technology companies and grassroots organizers are meeting in Miami to share stories about Facebook and social media’s role in changing the way citizens communicate with elected officials.
More than 321 posts from members of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives were shared on Facebook during the president’s annual State of the Union address.
Facebook is adding lots of new friends in Washington, D.C., if the company’s fourth quarter lobbying report is any indication.
The vendor iConstituent is rolling out a new tool that could help members of Congress enhance their Facebook presence and interactions with the people they represent.
Meet the company that has introduced members of Congress to Facebook advertising.
If Facebook is any indication, members of Congress are staying busy during their August recess.
Social media managers and senior staff on Capitol Hill prefer Facebook for communicating with constituents and sharing their members’ views.