Facebook and Twitter prosecutions - the animation
11 Oct 2012

Taiwan’s ever excellent Next Media Animation are quite worried about the UK’s prosecutions for “grossly offensive” comment on social networks. Have a look at their brilliant animation

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Padraig Reidy

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