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How activism changed/Blur line for legally activism/illegal

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How has activism changed since the advent of the Internet? How has the line blurred between legally allowed activism and illegal behavior?

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How has activism changed since the advent of the Internet? How has the line blurred between legally allowed activism and illegal behavior?

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The internet has permitted activism in real time, and activism through the masses. Traditionally, activism has occurred through the educational systems of the world. The internet has allowed everyone to be activists and to readily organize and assemble. The internet has also impeded governments from regulating activism under their terms. The internet has permitted the mass sharing of ideas and the jointer of massive participation towards a common cause. The internet facilitates anonymous ideas to be spread without repercussion. The lines of what is legal activism versus illegal activities have also been blurred because of jurisdictional issues. What is legal activism in one place is illegal in another. The internet makes the jurisdiction of the activism blurred and the legal consequences un-determinant due to the internet being multi jurisdictional.

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