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Raw Video of Hong Kong Student Protesters Who Use FireChat Appi
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Brian Padden
September 30, 2014 6:26 PM
Pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong are using an app called FireChat to organize and communicate protest activities. Unlike Twitter or Facebook, the app does not rely on phone or Internet connections that can be blocked or overwhelmed by heavy usage, but rather bluetooth technology. . Many protesters believe the government is blocking phone and Internet service to discourage the protesters.

Raw Video of Hong Kong Student Protesters Who Use FireChat App

Brian Padden

Published September 30, 2014

Pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong are using an app called FireChat to organize and communicate protest activities. Unlike Twitter or Facebook, the app does not rely on phone or Internet connections that can be blocked or overwhelmed by heavy usage, but rather bluetooth technology. . Many protesters believe the government is blocking phone and Internet service to discourage the protesters.


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