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#BrusselsLockdown - When a hashtag is hijacked
When police in Belgium asked Brussels locals to stop tweeting about police activities, they accidentally started a grassroots campaign that ended up destroying a hashtag. The culprit: cat pictures.
Reflections on the Brussels Attacks
Debate and reflection are urgently needed with respect to the political violence that is being unleashed in various forms in the West and non-West.
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