If Biden wants to signal his support for the United Nations and its agencies, he could easily start by following the @UN and the @WHO on Twitter.
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It is generally considered undiplomatic for foreign leaders to endorse any candidate during an election campaign in another country, but several foreign leaders have started following the personal account of @JoeBiden. Obviously, a follow doesn’t mean endorsement, and some leaders […]
The two-letter Twitter handle is literally priceless Twitter regularly suspends accounts which violate its terms of service, and recently it removed millions of inactive accounts which were created via SMS, a feature which is no longer supported. Among the disabled […]
How the World Health Organisation Went Viral on Social Media With the spread of the coronavirus, the World Health Organisation is on course to become the most followed international organisation on social media. The WHO has seen exponential growth on […]
Useful Tips for Video Conferencing «Never have so many ceilings been broadcast to so many for so long», The Economist wrote in its leader about videoconferencing etiquette, adding that «letting crowds of colleagues and acquaintances peer into your life can […]