Twitter has come under a great deal of criticism for its role in mobilising riots across London, which started in Tottenham, but spread to Enfield, Walthamstow, Waltham Forest, and Brixton over the weekend.
Karen Buck claims there is 'deep denial' of spread of gang culture in city and calls for inquiry into role of social media (London riots: social media helped gangs orchestrate the looting, says MP: Karen Buck claims...)...
Everyone seems to be looking to blame Twitter, Facebook or BlackBerry for the recent London riots, but these tools are just aspects of our increasingly real-time, mobile and connected digital lives -- and that can be an incredibly powerful force...
Globe and MailLondon Riots Cause Police to Look into Developing Social Media RestraintsInternational Business TimesBritish Prime Minister David Cameron is working with London police, intelligence services and industry officials to see if they can...
London riots feature social media policing and Blackberry Messaging. London's Metropolitan police told reporters they were delving into Twitter and other social media as part of their investigation into looting.
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