February 20, 2014

Why Venezuela's Revolution Will Be Tweeted

Uri Friedman, The Atlantic

The Associated Press

In a country with one of the highest Twitter adoption rates in the world, and at a time when independent Venezuelan news outlets have been muffled, the social network has become a critical forum for political activism.

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