First the facts and then some discussion of the role of social media: : The “Arab Spring” in Tunisia, Egypt and elsewhere in the Mid-East heavily relied on the Internet, social media and technologies like Twitter, Twit Pic, Facebook and You Tube in the early stages to accelerate social protest.There are even allegations that the CIA was blindsided about the Egypt uprising by failing to follow developments on Twitter.The NSPCC urged the government to compel the tech giant to employ “an army” of specialist child safety moderators and to “fast-track child endangerment reports” after this newspaper found multiple paedophiles posting videos of young girls to the Google-owned platform.One Brazilian paedophile posted a dozen short videos showing children standing silently, licking their lips or dancing.Democracy has finally come to parts of the mid-East and Northern Africa.What has been the role of social media and the Internet in these uprisings?
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The protests began in December 2010 with a college-educated street vendor’s (Mohamed Bouazizi’s) self-immolation in the coastal town of Sidi Bouzid in despair at the corruption and joblessness.
He died from the burns, but his protest, despite Tunisia’s strict web censorship laws, was rapidly fanned by online Internet tools.