cyberactivism

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cyberactivism

Using e-mail, blogs and social networking sites to publicize a cause by disseminating information quickly that is unavailable through normal government and commercial news sources, which may or may not eventually catch up. Cyberactivism can help promote a cause, product, company, politician or a revolution; witness the extraordinary amount of cyberactivism in the Middle East after the turn of the century.

Known by Many Names
Cyberactivism is also called "Internet activism," "electronic advocacy," "e-campaigning," "e-activism" and "online organizing." See social networking site.
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This Israeli narrative is totally rejected in the world of cyber activism and alternative media.
After all what is happening around us many of us are starting to ask about why the political cyber activism was fruitful in our neighboring countries but not in Lebanon.
Started cyber activism with his petition for justice of Priyadarshini Mattoo
For about three years, cyber activism was at the forefront of a social and political renaissance triggered by the idealism and energy of young, intelligent and informed Egyptians on all sides of the political spectrum.
Based on the "transparent government" mission of the Sunlight Foundation and to drive cyber activism, the site allows users to voice their own opinions on what they feel members of Congress really do with their time -- from debating legislation and listening to their constituents or maybe even playing a round of golf.
How does cyber activism as practiced overlook the engagement of communities the prison-industrial complex was designed to control, and from which most prisoners come?
Mainstream leftist audiences are generally comfortable with "constructive" discourses on prisoner rights regarding Internet and technology access, or on new and creative ways to use our access, making it easier to widen support for cyber activism.
The HITRUST C-TAS represents a major step for the healthcare industry in proactively protecting vital electronic health data and the nation's critical infrastructure against cyber crime, cyber espionage and cyber activism.
Israel tries to censor cyber activism "Israeli Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs Minister Yuli Edelstein asked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg ( who belongs to the Jewish religion) to remove a page that called for a third palestinian intifada.
This was true when grassroots politics was born, and it's true now that we are seeing the birth of cyber activism.