- A Washington Post article says the FCC has approved a plan to create a nationwide emergency-alert system using text messages delivered to cellphones.
- Loss of public data by public agencies continues to be an issue. The Washington Post reports on a missing laptop computer; in Georgia, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution says records of 71,000 families were made public; and despite an expensive effort, Social Security numbers of Texas residents can still be found online, the Houston Chroncile reports.
- In Chicago, the Sun-Times reports a partnership between Google and the city's transit authority.
Thursday, April 10, 2008
Headline Grabbers: 4-10-08
Some news headlines and a quote that caught our eye in Governing.com today, all of which have implications for government communicators.