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Social Media Trusted, Useful.

Social Media Trusted, Useful.

In Mexico anyways.

From the New York Times:

“[A]ccording to scholars and many Mexicans, social media has become a necessity in Mexico, with a mission far different from what has emerged in the Arab revolutions, or in China. In those countries, social networks have been used to route around identifiable sources of repression and to unify groups dispersed over large areas. In Mexico, Twitter, Facebook and other tools are instead deployed for local survival.”

Rebecca Dunlevy

Rebecca Dunlevy is the Senior Notes and Comment Editor for the IPLJ and a 3L at Fordham Law School. Originally from Texas, she grew up hoping to take a bite out of the Big Apple. Her interests include fashion law, copyright, trademark, Internet law, and avoiding cybercriminals.