Zhou et al. points out that the influence of social media during the Egyptian revolution should not be overestimated. He also points out that only one fifth of Egyptians got their news from social media. My question is, what do you foresee happening when more oppressed people become tapped into social media? Do you see revolutions becoming more common? Do you see them occurring at a more rapid pace? Or do you think that it will take a long time for repressed citizens to fully tap into social media like the rest of the world has?
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