#60 Thousands of public records are disappearing every month with Anil Chawla

Anil Chawla is the Founder & CEO of ArchiveSocial, a civic tech company which specialises in social media archiving and risk management for public agencies. ArchiveSocial has archived records for hundreds of government entities including the City of Chicago, the State of North Carolina, and the U.S. Department of Justice to increase government transparency and record-keeping. Anil Chawla has over 10 years of experience in the software industry, working for companies such as IBM. Anil Chawla founded ArchiveSocial with the mission to give organisations protection and control of their own social media data.

In this episode, you’ll learn:
4:27 Why social media is a record government must archive
7:56 The regulatory requirements and legal reasons why you must archive social media
12:22 How do you convince a risk-averse executive to open the Pandora’s Box of social media?
19:16 How much Facebook data is disappearing every month?
28:29 How to manage the risks of social media

If you are in a crisis, ArchiveSocial offers social media archiving support for public agencies.

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David Pembroke

About David Pembroke

David Pembroke is the CEO and founder of contentgroup, a government and public sector content communications agency based in Canberra, Australia.

He has a commerce degree (marketing major) from one of Australia’s leading business schools (University of New South Wales) and worked in product management for the American multinational 3M. He changed careers to work in media where he spent a decade as a radio current affairs and sports reporter for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

He was the communications director of the Australian Rugby Team when they won the Rugby World Cup in 1999 and is a member of the Australian Olympic media team.

contentgroup was founded in 1997 and offers consulting, content production, training and research services. David hosts InTransition, a weekly podcast which examines the practice of content communication in government and the public sector.

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