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Redefining Citizenship In The Digital Age

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Redefining Citizenship In The Digital Age

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Redefining Citizenship In The Digital Age

Redefining Citizenship In The Digital Age

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What does it mean these days when when the government makes something public? Just print it and put it on a shelf somewhere until somebody slips it to Bob Woodward? Host Scott Simon speaks to Andrew Rasiej, founder of the Personal Democracy Forum, about redefining citizenship in the digital age. Rasiej also talks about what social media and technology experts have learned in the aftermath of Iran's disputed elections.

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