As a tweet ages and falls from the recent stream, it's easier to quietly scrub those statements without getting attention — unless you're a politician in Politwoops.Continue reading
The House just voted to restrict open data at the SEC — what’s next?
H.R. 37 — a bill that would exempt more than half of public companies from reporting their financial statements as open data — roared back and passed the House. Will it become law?Continue reading
The Week on Politwoops: Reactions to the World Cup, #bushwar and more
This week's roundup of notable deleted tweets archived by Politwoops include reactions to the World Cup, a removal of hashtags about Iraq and more.Continue reading
Influence Analytics: Support for transfats, not so much for marijuana
Transfats, marijuana and medical devices are on the docket in the latest edition of Influence Analytics.Continue reading
The Week on Politwoops: Colorado ‘product’ Super Bowl wager, revoked support and more
Welcome to another week's review of some deleted tweets from politicians caught by the Sunlight Foundation's Politwoops project.Continue reading
Colorado: Team Romney keeping a low profile in a swing state?
The campaign activity that's visible so far calls into question how much the Republican nominee and his backers plan to invest in a state where recent polling shows Obama ahead of Romney, and public records show the president outspending his rival in major television markets.Continue reading
Rep.-Elect Polis Blogging Frosh Orientation
Here’s some pretty neat activity from Rep.-Elect Jared Polis of Colorado. He’s blogging the freshman orientation and has posted their... View ArticleContinue reading