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Social media and its discontents

October 2012 - Social media and its discontentsSocial media allows us to communicate more directly and immediately, blurring the lines between reporters, citizens and activists and leaving established institutions from the courts to the media struggling to cope. October’s feature investigates the issues around the new media.

Paranoid delusions infect 'net
by Daniel Rawlinson - 12/11/2012 - 42 comments
Hello Web 3.0. Goodbye privacy
by Jonathan J. Ariel - 2/11/2012 - 10 comments
Social media gives the power back to the people
by David Cowling - 1/11/2012
Experiments in democracy
by Perri Campbell - 29/10/2012
Saints and scroungers
by DeusEx Macintosh - 26/10/2012 - 3 comments
Old skills, new technology
by Pamela Weatherill - 25/10/2012 - 2 comments
It’s the economy, stupid
by Andy Ruddock - 24/10/2012
Don't feed the trolls
by Bruce Arnold - 22/10/2012 - 2 comments

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