Revolutionary Technology

Marks, Joseph
November 2011
Government Executive;Nov2011, Vol. 43 Issue 13, p43
Trade Publication
The article presents information on findings of a study, conducted by researchers at The George Washington University, on role of online social networks in the Egyptian and Libyan uprisings between January and March this year.


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