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Every Friday on C-SPAN's "America by the Numbers," experts inside and outside the federal statistical system join together to offer engaging interviews about the numbers that measure our nation. Compelling statistics highlight the issues affecting life in America. The 45-minute program focuses on issues of the day through the lens of public insights into the federal statistics that may help them form their views. United States Census Bureau.
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Provides a real-time digital display of the world's cyber attack environment. The interactive map allows the user to zoom in anywhere in the world and shows specific attack details when the user holds the cursor over attack regions. Data displayed includes: bandwidth, duration, type of attack (internal, between two countries, etc.), and source. Google Ideas and Arbor Networks.
Keeps up-to-date with the UK government’s news, policies, publications and consultations. You can also find information about government ministers, departments and organizations and the UK’s interests and policies in the rest of the world. www.gov.uk Government Digital Service. United Kingdom.
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“This year’s index sees many changes in the rankings, changes that reflect a year that was incredibly rich in developments, especially in the Arab world,” Reporters Without Borders said today as it released its 10th annual press freedom index. Reporters Without Borders.
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YouTown is a mobile application that wants to make it easier for you to access your local government information all in one place. govfresh.com
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Twitter is donating its digital archive of public tweets to the Library of Congress. Twitter is a leading social networking service that enables users to send and receive tweets, which consist of web messages of up to 140 characters. Twitter processes more than 50 million tweets per day from people around the world. The Library will receive all public tweets-which number in the billions-from the 2006 inception of the service to the present. Only after a six-month delay can the Tweets be used for internal library use, for non-commercial research, public display by the library itself, and preservation. Library of Congress.
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The goal of this project is to help ensure that all Americans have access to vibrant, diverse sources of news and information that will enable them to enrich their families, communities and democracy.
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A wide variety of maps are available from the USGS national mapping program in both paper and digital form. United States Geological Survey. Department of the Interior.