A surge of suspicious Twitter accounts has descended on users in Southeast Asia, leaving many to wonder what the platform is doing to ensure their privacy.
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With internet access rapidly expanding in Burma and the price on SIM-cards and smartphones falling, more and more people are using social media. But while it can be a way to keep in touch with friends or promote your company, media analysts warn that it can also be a source of hate speech and fear mongering.
With netizens flocking daily to sites such as Facebook, DVB Debate discusses whether social media is good for Burma.