Tsunami : How The Web Trumps Governments’ Info Efforts

Tsunami : How The Web Trumps Governments’ Info Efforts
technology

The reaction to the absolute horror of the disaster that has taken place in the Southern Asia reflects how governments have been left behind by the digital age in effectively...

Guy Brighton
  • 29 december 2004

The reaction to the absolute horror of the disaster that has taken place in the Southern Asia reflects how governments have been left behind by the digital age in effectively communicating real time information to their nationals.

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