Cranking up the propaganda machine ... Security Management: Eight Questions About TSA’s 18 New Twitter Accounts As part of what looks to be a massive information campaign by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), TSA on Thursday announced the launch of 18 new Twitter accounts. If that seems like a lot for one organization, that’s because it is. It's also a growing trend for government agencies, who are often competing with news organizations, to get information to the public as fast as possible after an event. FEMA has about a dozen of its own, and DHS has more than 50 social media activities that fall under its umbrella. Eleven of the new TSA accounts are individual TSA spokespersons. Additionally there are six accounts that will be used to push out information to travelers in the Central, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, Northeast, Southeast, and Western regions. TSA also has a main account for “updates concerning national TSA related information” and an account for the TSA Blog Team."Eleven of the new TSA accounts are individual TSA spokespersons": I think we can use this over time by plugging these addresses in comments to adverse media reports and encourage some large-scale feedback to bozos like Nico & Lisa.