Since users of QQ are not able to post anything on public forums without fear of having their posts removed or their security being threatened, organizing mass protests is almost impossible. \n\nIn China the digital leaders are the government officials. With officials deleting people’s posts it makes it hard for anything to be done digitally or become digital leaders. Erik Qualman’s S.T.A.M.P. is still applicable to any Chinese citizens plight against the government but, passion and actions can only do so much when they are being undermined by an all seeing entity.\n\n[[Return|Begin]]\n
<html><center><img src=""/></center></html>\nThis is the Domain Name Serive number (DNS) for Twitter. Simply inputting the DNS allowed millions of Twitter users to get back on Twitter during the nationwide block. \nAccording to a report from Twitturk, which records the statistics of Turkish Twitter users, over half a million tweets were posted in just 10 hours, despite the ban.\n\nThe average number of tweets posted in the country is around 1.8 million per day.\n<html><center><img src=""/></center></html>\nEven policy makers of Twitter [[supported|support]] the people by suggesting using SMS through their phones to tweet. \n\n\n
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During a violent protest, protestors shoot and injure an official. You [[ban internet access|ban]] [[make arrests to limit protesting|arrests]]\n\n
Within 24 hours the post is removed and is not noticed by activists but some are [[angered|anger]].
The “Great Firewall” of China is a powerful piece of technology blocking Chinese users from Google searches for things like “persecution” or “democracy movements", you've completely limited [[freedom|freedom]] of speech. \n
<html><center><img src=""/></center></html>\nYou've underestimated the power of the people. \n\nSocial media isn't the only way to communicate. A hacker group called Telecomix finds a way to communicate with the Egyptian people by sending information through a fax number, the rest of the world is now [[aware|aware]].\n\n\n
Small bursts of emotion are enough to limit organization and mass protest, no one is [[angered|anger]].
\n- T \n\n- A\n\n-More then 12 million Twitter users were still able to find ways around the ban.\n
As social media becomes more and more integrated in today's society by way of news,culture and politics, the way in which it is regulated developes and changes over time. So much so that it has been viewed as threat to national security by some leaders of the world.\n\nClick on a country below to explore how leadership and national security intersect through social media.
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The way Twitter reacted by taking the Turkish peoples side can relate to the Derek Siver’s video “Starting a Movement”. In order to take charge of a situation you need to stand up for something. By giving the Turkish people ways around the ban and using hash tags in order to get the Turkish people’s views on the situation,the people were given hope and a voice to stand up to their government and start a movement.\n\n[[Return|Begin]]
<html><center><img src=""/></center></html>\nWael Ghonim is arrested but protest begin to gain more followers. The people are [[demanding|protest]] his release. \n\n
<html><center><img src=""/></center></html>\nYou are Hosni Mubarak, President of Egypt.\n\nUnder your leadership Google Marketing Executive Wael Ghonim sees a picture on Facebook of Khaled Said who was beaten to death by Egyptian police. \n\nGhonim creates a Facebook page called “We Are All Khaled Said”, within minutes it [[gains followers|gain]].\n
<html><center><img src=""/></center></html>\n\nAll internet access is restored and Wael Ghonim is freed. You are forced to resign and flee Cairo as you are no longer wanted as the President of the country. \n\nWael Ghonim is a perfect example of a digital leader because he saw the opportunity to use online resources to bring the Egyptian people together. The Egyptian people used Ghonim’s page to organize protests and raise awareness around the world.\n\nSuccess doesn’t happen alone. Ghonim reached out to the Egyptians, who organized protests, who then needed help from Telecomix to stay in touch online. Everyone worked together to make a change. \n[[Return|Begin]]\n\n
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The outreach from the Egyptians online grabbed attention from the United States, they've reached out to their [[military|military]] counterparts. \n\n
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The Egyptian people begin to protest in silent stands and used the page to plan protests.\n\nYou decide to [[arrest Wael Ghonim|arrest]] [[wait for the protests to die down|protest]]\n\n \n
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Fighting fire with fire? This only causes greater [[anger|yes]].
<html><center><img src=""/></center></html>Some users of a network called Qzone, similar to Facebook are able to talk privately though, through an instant messaging service called QQ.\n\nRecently, they've progressed towards organizing demonstrations of [[protests|protests]]. \n\n\n
<html><center><img src=""/></center></html>\nYou are Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the prime minister of the Republic of Turkey. \n\nDamaging recorded phone conversations are leaked before elections and are being talked about all over social media. You\n[[Deny the story|talk]] [[Ignore the story|talk]]\n [[Limit Twitter access|twitterban]]\n\n
The people are outraged. How could you limit freedom of speech? They've figured out a way to access twitter despite your ban and the trending hashtags don't look so good.\n <html>\n<body>\n<p style="font-family:verdana;font-size:60%;color:black">\n#TwitterisblockedinTurkey\n\n#DictatorErdogan\n\n#TurkeyblockedTwitter\n\n#afraidofdemocracy\n</p>\n</body>\n</html>\n<html><left> </left></html>\n[[What? How did this happen?|twit]]\n\n
<html><center><img src=""/></center></html>You are Xi Jinping, President of the Republic of China.\n\nYour government enforces a strict Internet censorship in hope to derail any mass protest. This type of censorship makes it impossible for citizens to band together and fight in anything they believe in, this is what they're accustomed to. \n\nA recent post online hints at government criticism, you [[have it removed|remove]] [[ignore it|ignoreit]]\n
All internet access and text messaging is now banned. Will the people still be able to organize [[protests?|yes]]
You request government officials to resign, and the people elect new representatives. You refuse to step down but promise that you will not run for re-election. \n\nMore importantly, what will happen to the [[internet?|internet]]\n\n\n
This was not an effective option, over 12 million twitter users are criticizing you saying that you've stolen money from the people. \n[[Limit Twitter access|twitterban]]\n