Amnesty International Campaign Finds Facebook Users Guilty Of Crimes Based Social Activity

Amnesty International Campaign Finds Facebook Users Guilty Of Crimes Based Social Activity
technology

Amnesty International's New Zealand branch created a tool that scans your timeline for updates that could get you arrested in other countries.

Emma Hutchings
  • 27 june 2013

Amnesty International’s New Zealand branch has an online tool that scans your Facebook Timeline and looks at how the freedom of your lifestyle measures up globally. As New Zealand was named one of the freest countries on Earth, ‘Trial By Timeline‘ highlights what it might be like to be punished for attempting a quality of life some take for granted.

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