The EPA, Social Media and Politics


Before the Internet, messages were spread by television and newspaper ads and highway billboards. Today that is done through social media. Virtually everyone knows about it, and many people use it. Does it make any sense that a U.S. government agency could violate any laws for using social media to carry out its mission? Doesn’t make sense to me. However, last month, the GAO ruled that the EPA violated federal law and took part in covert propaganda to solicit support for a rule aimed at protecting streams and surface waters.

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Following "Shot on iPhone 6" campaign, new billboards featuring Apple Watch, Apple Music target global audiences

Article Image Over the past decade, Apple began using billboards to effectively advertise iPods, then iPhones and iPads. Its newest campaigns not only promote the latest Apple Watch hardware, but have also expanded to services with Apple Music.

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