Protest_against_internet.jpgCulture Technology 

Interactive: Disruptions in Cyberland

In order to combat governments’ efforts to isolate their people from the outside world, individuals in countries across the globe have developed alternative social media for their fellow citizens. The following World Policy Journal interactive presentation, taken from our Fall 2014 Anatomy “Disruptions in Cyberland,” offers a look at six alternative social media sites that are engaging locals on a daily basis, in countries such as Iran, China, Cuba, Vietnam, Pakistan, and Russia.

 Click here to open the interactive presentation in a new tab.



This presentation was created by Alyssa Stein, an editorial assistant at World Policy Journal.

[Photo courtesy of WikiCommons]

Related posts