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A Great Flushing Out: Social Media Footprints And Electioneering In Australia – OpEd

Eurasia Review Sunday, 12 May 2019
It has been an uninspiring election, punctuated by occasional moments of madness on the part of various candidates. Their sin was to be incautious in their previous use of social media, a form of communication that reveals everything and nothing about a person. In a political sense, the erring tweet and the injudicious remark on...
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