Burma Protest Uses Facebook To Prompt Rapid Action

Burma Protest Uses Facebook To Prompt Rapid Action
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In a matter of days, a group on Facebook called 'Support the Monks' protest in Burma' has managed to recruit 200,000n members and spur protests around the globe by using Facebook's Event system and discussion boards. Impressive.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 30 september 2007

In only a few days, a group on Facebook called ‘Support the Monks’ protest in Burma’ has managed to recruit 200,000 members and spur protests around the globe by using Facebook’s Event system and discussion boards. Impressive.

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