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Obama team changes Change.gov copyright policy

Change.gov has a less restricted copyright policy, now that it is copyrighted under a Creative Commons license.

By December 1, 2008


Digg-like tool lets Change.gov visitors pick policy questions

A new tool on President-elect Barack Obama's transition site works like Digg in that users can vote for the issues that matter most to them.

By December 10, 2008


Obama policy docs to live on Change.gov

The president-elect's transition team is making all the policy documents it receives available on its Web site and is letting visitors upload their own.

By December 8, 2008


Change.gov feature jump-starts health care discussion

New feature on President-elect Barack Obama's transition site encourages collaborative problem-solving for big issues like health care reform.

By November 26, 2008


Coalition urges Obama to adopt open transition

A group including MoveOn.org, Tim O'Reilly, and Newt Gingrich's American Solutions is asking President-elect Barack Obama's transition team to free up content from Change.gov.

By December 2, 2008


Agendas vanish from Obama's transition Web site

Last week, President-elect Barack Obama launched a Web site detailing his plans for tech, Iraq, and health care. Now those plans are gone, and the campaign isn't saying why.

By November 10, 2008


Obama appoints YouTube (Google) as secretary of video

President-elect Barack Obama is delivering his regularly scheduled Saturday address in video format, uploaded to YouTube. Why favor YouTube?

By November 16, 2008


Government transition sites launched

President-elect Barack Obama's new transition site features a blog with YouTube videos, while the Government Accountability Office's site lists urgent priorities.

By November 6, 2008


Why Obama should ditch YouTube

President-elect Barack Obama's use of YouTube to deliver his weekly address raises serious issues--due to the privacy-invading cookies that are sent to Google servers.

By November 24, 2008


White House names Internet team

President Obama on Monday formally names the members of his White House new-media team.

By February 23, 2009