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  • 1. Social Media andOrganized Crime inMexicoel-oso.net
  • 2. bala = bulletbalazo = shot#balacera = shootout
  • 3. #balaceratechttp://m1zar.blogspot.com/2010/03/desde-la-casa-del-vecino.html
  • 4. http://mentedigital.com
  • 5. “It is sad to see this type ofsituation so close up. It is sad thatMonterrey has become a mimicry ofsome video war game. Many havecompared it to Call of Duty, othersto Grand Theft Auto, Whichever youchoose, it’s violence.”http://m1zar.blogspot.com/2010/03/desde-la-casa-del-vecino.html
  • 6. La Compañia C.D.G
  • 7. Narco-Censorship“¿Qué predomina en los periódicos: lo que sedice o lo que se calla?” - Diego Enrique Osorno
  • 8. Blog del Narcohttp://blogdelnarco.com
  • 9. Blog del Narco
  • 10. Blog del Narco
  • 11. Blog del Narco
  • 12. Blog del Narco
  • 13. Blog del Narco
  • 14. Blog del Narco
  • 15. Blog del Narco
  • 16. Anonymity = Cloak from fear, government regulation"For the scanty details that they put ontelevision, they get grenades thrown at them andtheir reporters kidnapped. We publisheverything. Imagine what they could do to us." - Blog del Narco
  • 17. This is being produced bysomeone who is not doingit from a journalisticperspective. He is doing itwithout any ethicalconsiderations."Carlos Lauría - Committee to Protect Journalists
  • 18. Yet Another DivideAcademia vs. Journalism vs. Citizen Journalism
  • 19. Reachhttp://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/blogdelnarco.com
  • 20. Leonarda Reyes“for criminals to share information among themselves”
  • 21. NarcoTube"Canal oficial del Cartel del Golfo"youtube.com/user/lanuevafederacion
  • 22. “I would describe journalism as the act ofpublishing photos or videos. People have a rightto know why things have become so insecure inrecent years. The violence that is happening inMexico is not because the public reads aboutwhat is happening in BlogdelNarco.com. Thefactors that provoke violence in Mexico aremuch more important, and ultimately they areeconomic.” - Blog del Narcohttp://www.boingboing.net/2010/09/14/narco.html
  • 23. NarcoCensura >> Internet Censorship?http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,1981607,00.html
  • 24. Video and Accountabilityhttp://informacioncivica.info/mexico/the-good-bad-and-ugly-of-online-video-in-mexico/
  • 25. Video and Accountabilityhttp://informacioncivica.info/mexico/the-good-bad-and-ugly-of-online-video-in-mexico/
  • 26. #balacera #saltillo
  • 27. @Fiscaliacoah
  • 28. Mainstream media
  • 29. “Ejecutometro” - @diegoeosorno
  • 30. • Inform • Seek information • Criticize“#Saltillo y l@s tuiter@s” -@frankstrada
  • 31. What can be done?
  • 32. “Queremos ponerlesnombres, rostros. Dejar debanalizar la muerte.”Menos Días Aquí -menosdiasaqui.blogspot.com
  • 33. Propon.mx
  • 34. Citivox.com
  • 35. juarez.heroreports.org
  • 36. blog.diegovalle.net/
  • 37. insightcrime.org
  • 38. druglawreform.info
  • 39. Thanks!oso@el-oso.nettwitter: @oso