Sudanese dissidents turn to social media

Sudan's political dissidents are embracing social media to protest their country's ruling regime, using YouTube videos to publicize arrests. They are also using Facebook, Twitter and flash-mob tactics to organize protests. "We don't work in secret -- we're loud, and we're telling the truth. People were giving up on politics, but now they feel they can do something if they work together," says one of the founders of a student dissident group.

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