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Social media blitz: Secret Service aims to improve its image

WASHINGTON (AP) — As President Barack Obama and hundreds of foreign dignitaries converged on New York for United Nations meetings last month, the U.S. Secret Service took to the internet to show off an all-hands-on-deck effort: helicopters, boats, surveillance planes, attack dogs and more computer monitors than could fit in a Best Buy. The digital show of force, replete with photos, video and real-time updates, was part of an aggressive outreach strategy the Secret Service has launched on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and elsewhere in a bid to repair its reputation.
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