Stephen Balkam of FOSI (Family Online Safety Institute) has written an interesting piece about the online activism in Egypt and Tunisia as an example of Digital Citizenship in action.
What has been remarkable about the recent events in Egypt is that ordinary people, without direct leadership or guidance from oppositional parties, have self-organized, acted, engaged and participated in a series of protests and demonstrations in order to bring about change
He talks about the challenges of Digital Citizenship as;
how can we move the rights and responsibilities we take for granted in the offline world and move them into the online space?
Well worth a read.
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