After implementing new policies surrounding manipulated media on its platform earlier this month, Twitter is now reportedly testing labels for misinformation from public figures…
It’s not easy fighting for what you believe in, regardless of the end goal. It’s hard enough rolling out of bed in the morning on the odd occasion, but to literally take a stand for rights that you’re largely entitled to can only fill onlookers with admiration.
But protesting has evolved since the prehistoric days of pitchforks and torches. It has become an interactive digital social experience, often using social media to propogate ideas and organise large groups of participants. This has been demonstrated this week by the #FeesMustFall protests.
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