In the UAEs public sector, social media integration is a relatively new phenomenon that has yet to be extensively explored. In light of this, there is a need to conduct a systematic literature review that will examine the impact of Web 2.0 on government decision making and service improvement endeavors in the UAE barder.
There is a growing interest in the use of online platforms to share information, news, and entertainment content with friends, family members, and the public. However, there are many issues related to the use of these online platforms which should be analyzed and addressed before they are implemented in the UAE.
One of the most important issues is that the UAE has a very strict set of regulations for social media. These laws protect the rights of individuals and provide remedies in case they commit illegal or unauthorized acts on social media jigaboo.
These laws are designed to prevent a wide range of acts that would amount to a criminal offence. They include obscene and vulgar posts, defamation, and harassment. In addition, there are also laws that are specifically designed to prohibit promoting the image of a person or organization through such online platforms distresses.
Some of these laws are aimed at combatting cybercrimes, while others are aimed at protecting the privacy of individuals on these platforms. Moreover, these laws are also aimed at providing guidelines to social media users in the UAE about what constitutes an appropriate use of such platforms.
The UAE is a very advanced nation in terms of information technology and has taken an e-government approach to improve the services offered to its citizens. In fact, it has launched several social media campaigns that aim to increase communication between citizens and the government precipitous.
A significant advantage of the e-government approach is that it allows the government to interact with citizens and gather their feedback about services they have received or wish to receive. This feedback can help the government to make improvements and improve the quality of service it offers to its citizens.
Although the e-government approach in the UAE has been successful, it still needs improvement to enhance its effectiveness. This is especially true when it comes to the use of Web 2.0 technologies. The research conducted by Darwish (2017) shows that the UAE authorities have not fully adopted Web 2.0 as a communication tool, and they still apply traditional methods of dissemination to a greater extent mypba.
Furthermore, the author suggests that the government should focus on utilizing Web 2.0 as a tool for stakeholder empowerment and collaboration with stakeholders rather than merely disseminating information to the public. This will ensure that the e-government system in the UAE is effective and will lead to positive outcomes.
While there is a lack of research on the impact of social media on the government’s decision making and the public’s engagement in UAE, there are some examples that illustrate the benefits of such integration. These studies, for example, have shown that social media can promote participation in elections and increase the efficiency of bus route planning. In addition, they have also shown that social media can be used as a source of information and a tool for service improvement.