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As internet freedom and censorship issues continue to worsen across the globe, a university study finds that social media use can help reduce corruption - with Denmark being the best case, and Somalia the worst case. Do you agree?
A new study finds that Facebook and other forms of social media play a crucial role in reducing government corruption.
Tunisia is “hijacked by an economic elite with its connections to the political elite.” This week a recording was leaked of a media tycoon threatening to go after our anti-corruption partner in Tunisia. Now, a judicial inquiry has reportedly been launched.
A leaked recording reveals how things really work in a fragile democracy.
New study finds that social media use can help reduce #corruption, with #Denmark best case and #Somalia worst case. https://t.co/Wme4pQ4PIp
RT @TIGeorgiaEng: We're currently #hiring a full-time Senior Researcher to work on the organization’s media programs: https://t.co/2N59iit0…
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