Tunisia’s revolution isn’t a product of Twitter or WikiLeaks. But they do help.

This is an article written on the current situation in Tunisia, North Africa.  The author asks at the beginning of the article:

“What contribution do websites, social networks and mobile phones make to popular protest movements? Is there any justification for labelling the Tunisian events, as some have done, a “Twitter Revolution” or a “WikiLeaks Revolution”?”

The article can be found at this link: http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/jan/19/tunisia-revolution-twitter-facebook

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