Category Social Control

Social Control, Pt 2

I wrote earlier today about how social media makes it easy for both friends and enemies to find you. I found this on Slate. It seems that the Syrian government is hunting down people who even hold sympathy for political dissidents.

Social Control

At the Digital Activism event I attended recently, the moderator asked about leadership and transparency in the hacker group Anonymous. This got me to thinking. We are trained to think about leadership and management as key elements to the success of any group endeavor. We are almost worshipful of leaders in our society. But what happens […]