When Facebook and Twitter were founded a decade ago, they heralded a new era in which the voices of ordinary citizens could be heard alongside—or even above—those of establishment insiders. Gabunada used the money to pay hundreds of prominent online voices to flood social media with pro-Duterte comments, popularize hashtags, and attack critics. In Russia, the Kremlin finances a huge army of trolls who post disinformation all over the web. They rotate through topics like corruption, drug abuse, and U. Duterte has taken advantage of this media landscape. Unfortunately, Zuckerberg was only half right. In many countries, governments routinely spy on social media accounts, assisted by a raft of private firms. The Turkish government could use that information to spy on political opponents.
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