Category Archives: Occupy

How Can a Renegade Social Network Survive?

In the previous post, Even the Paranoid Have Enemies: Social Media and Law Enforcement, we examined some good reasons why the Occupy movement might want their own network, which they announced via a manifesto entitled The Global Square: Towards an … Continue reading

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Even the Paranoid Have Enemies: Social Media and Law Enforcement

In the previous post, You Say You Want a Revolution(ary) Social Network?, we examined why the Occupy movement wants their own network, which they announced via a manifesto entitled The Global Square: Towards an Online Platform for the Occupy Movement. … Continue reading

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You Say You Want a Revolution(ary) Social Network?

In the previous post, Anonymous’ Renegade Social Network Threatens Status Quo?, we took a look at the manifesto entitled The Global Square: Towards an Online Platform for the Occupy Movement that the Occupy movement (as in Occupy Wall Street) has … Continue reading

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Anonymous’ Renegade Social Network Threatens Status Quo?

The Occupy movement (as in Occupy Wall Street) has released a manifesto entitled The Global Square: Towards an Online Platform for the Occupy Movement that could represent a threat to the Facebook hegemony and ignite a fragmentation movement for other … Continue reading

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