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MySpace Contra Multitudes. Nicholas Bongiorno

Cyber-Governmentality in Saudi Arabia. Colin Nusbaum

A Stat...
•Governments are getting more adept at blocking or filtering the Internet
 and cellphone communication but also bloggers fin...
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
CT10 Response, Part 2 (Images)
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    1. 1. Responses to: MySpace Contra Multitudes. Nicholas Bongiorno Cyber-Governmentality in Saudi Arabia. Colin Nusbaum A State-run Internet: Developing an authoritarian Internet ontology of control. Andrew Hare #CT10 April 17, 2010 New York City
    2. 2. •Governments are getting more adept at blocking or filtering the Internet and cellphone communication but also bloggers find novel ways to outwit such repression. •Social media can facilitate social and sexual freedoms in conservative societies. •The Internet is used as mnemonic technology. •Social media make the ad hoc planning of protests more effective. •Social media can bring media attention to political causes. •Accountability politics - Trebor Scholz, New School University

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