Social Media Security (Part One)

 

Social media has created seismic shifts in the way people connect and relate. As mobile phone usage and internet connectivity expands across the Pacific, the use of platforms such as Facebook has provided new economic and social opportunities for the region. Nick McDonnell (Head of Public Policy for NZ and the Pacific, Meta), Dr Amanda H A Watson (Research Fellow, ANU); and Jope Tarai, PhD candidate in Digital politics, ANU) recently joined the podcast to discuss the opportunities and challenges of social media for the Pacific.

 

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