Byron Scott, professor emeritus, Missouri School of Journalism: One cannot go far on a college campus without seeing students who are looking on their Facebook accounts or Twittering on their cell phones. What is not discussed much is the fact that this is spreading as a tool of international dialogue both positively and negatively, what might be called “cyberpropaganda.” Our guests today give us some examples of how these new instruments have been used in some recent international policy argumentation in places like Moldova, Venezuela, Georgia or Iran.
Social networking used to spread cyberpropaganda
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