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Social media surveillance
Many people think governments’ surveillance and their restrictions in the real or virtual world are (were) only limited to some totalitarian regimes in developing countries. On the contrary, the reality is completely different. And this is what some politicians, journalists, and experts have not considered during the protests in some developed countries with democratic governance. In essence, this research shows that different governments have the same concerns regarding surveillance on social and mobile media. Therefore, while it is important to study the role of social media among protesters, the primary aim of this research is to investigate government surveillance of social media platforms and mobile devices communications in Iran and the UK, because government surveillance on social media platforms is more complicated than other kinds of surveillance.
There is a reason social media sites get alot of funding from people and places we have never heard of. The amount of information these sites have on your is worth the world in gold. Think about it they can not only sell your pictures but also your thoughts and movement. How powerful is it to know where and what 100s of million of people will be doing each and every day. Trust me they know already.