Venezuelan Politicians Working on Single National Internet Server

Venezuelan Politicians Working on Single National Internet Server

In response to online trading of Venezuelan currency at unofficial exchange rates, representatives of the country’s ruling United Socialist Party have proposed that all residents be made to use Internet passing through a single government server. National Assembly Member Juan Carlos Aleman said May 22 that the Ministry of Science,…

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Lacking Basic Supplies, Venezuelans Turn to Social Media

Lacking Basic Supplies, Venezuelans Turn to Social Media

Embroiled in economic recession, high inflation, and shortages of critical supplies, Venezuelans are using social media to vent their frustrations as well as to provide information about obtaining everyday items.BDlive.com reports that Venezuela’s economic policies, and sanctions imposed by the United States, have had a severe impact on the OPEC-member…

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Venezuela’s Anti-Government Protests from 2014 Show the Negative Side of Social Media

Venezuela’s Anti-Government Protests from 2014 Show the Negative Side of Social Media

Social media is often regarded as a powerful tool for ordinary people to disseminate information, practice freedom of expression, and promote democracy throughout the world. However, sometimes that sentiment simply isn’t true. Nowhere was that better demonstrated in recent memory than in Venezuela. Protests organized by right-wing groups and activists…

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