War Protestors Get Tech Savvy

War Protestors Get Tech Savvy
technology
Jeff Squires
  • 21 march 2008

Marking the fifth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, San Francisco anti-war protesters have started using the micro-blogging service Twitter to coordinate their movements throughout the day.  With various protests and staged events occurring at multiple locations throughout the city, the organizing group, called Direct Action to Stop the War, is utilizing Twitter to move supporters to particular places at just the right times.

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