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    Posted February 23, 2014 by
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    Protestas en Venezuela

    Social Networks in Venezuela

    We, Venezuelans, are constantly using the social networks to get informed of all the bad things currently happening around us. Twitter, Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, Zello and maybe a couple more, are the principal social networks we use.

    In the last couple of weeks a lot of Venezuelans like me have been stuck in front of their computers displays and smartphones screens. We do that even past midnight, because after midnight is a good time to make bad things happen.

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