Anti-war protesters go digital

On April 2, 2003, in Security, by Administrator

As bombs blasted Baghdad last week, dozens of cell phones in China buzzed with messages about where to stage an anti-war protest.

In Cairo, activists tapped out text messages to summon 5,000 demonstrators to a central square. And in San Francisco, technophiles beamed live footage from protests to anti-war Web sites.

Throughout the world, technology is allowing activists to stage spontaneous rallies in reaction to the war. Full Story


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