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The government need to engage more in the social media

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(You should give some examples of how governments mistreat the social media and how some make use of it. Robinson cited the mistake of the US government by not responding to the media and public in time during the hurricane Katrina debacle and how the government is utilizing social media to promote its tourism campaign.)

--105140 Law Yuen Yan 2013年4月2日 (二) 21:22 (UTC)


A spokesman of U.S. Consulate General said the government needed to make use of the social media and engage more in them, instead of control them.


Social media had been widely used nowadays. Scott Robinson, an Assistant Public Affairs Officer of U.S. Consulate General, said in the general assembly at Shue Yan University, they were still learning those new formats and dealing with challenges that they brought.


"Once you put a message out there, any person can give opinions, and you can't censor them," said Robinson. He pointed out the government needed to accept and understand they could not control or delete the message although they received negative comments. "It's unlike the traditional media," added Robinson.


"For the government, they need to relax a little bit and engage in the social media more actively," said Robinson. He also suggested the government to put more resources to support the development of the social media.


Scott Robinson used to be a corporate legal assistant at Cravath, Swaine & Moore in New York City and began his career as a Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. Department of State
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