We’re already seeing some changes after Musk’s takeover. What are the dangers of this new Twitter for Venezuelan users, and how can we adapt?
Tag: Social Media
Maduro & Co. receive the most elegant of bashings... on TikTok
After Rodolfo Hernández's successful TikTok strategy to get himself in the final showdown for the Colombian presidency, every Latin American politician has been looking at the platform for a political miracle. Here are some do's and don'ts, with examples
For over 20 years, Chavistas have spread hate speech against opposition leaders, journalists, and human rights defenders. But now, the case of Javier Tarazona shows how they use Twitter and classic propaganda channels
The Maduro regime is using social media to promote the idea that a new tax on dollar transactions will have no impact on the majority of the population
Teachers’ Day brought digital and street protests in Venezuela. How did the government respond to their claims of persecution, miserable salaries, and lack of protection during the pandemic? It recognized teachers as “shapers of love”
This week, Probox Politwitter highlighted the elections and the misinformation regarding Alex Saab. But the most relevant topic was the ICC Chief Prosecutor’s visit
With the brick and mortar stores out of reach and the disintegration of the commercial network, many people are launching small businesses and the picture-sharing network is their marketplace
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