PRESENCE OF INTELLIGENCE SERVICES ON FACEBOOK
This study is based on the need to demonstrate the opportunity that social networks represent for the recruitment of human resources in terms of information that is constantly shared by users. We chose to focus on intelligence services because they are more reluctant than the other structures empowered to ensure national security in terms of social media activity.
Through this analysis we discovered that although many intelligence services own official pages on social networks, there are few intelligence services that share content on them. Of the 12 Facebook pages analyzed, we identified posts with content related to human resources recruitment only on the pages of four intelligence services.
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