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Freedom to Become Insecure? Vulnerabilities from the Emergent Digital Media in Zimbabwe

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Book Chapter

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- Challenges
- Trends

- Internet for Democracy
- Internet Or Digital Rights and Freedoms

Author(s): Last Alfandika, Gift Gwindingwe and Golden Maunganidze

The advent of new technologies in communication has brought opportunities and challenges for traditional or old media (Garrison, 1996). It has revolutionised the dynamics of journalism practice (Pavlik, 2001) as anyone can now be involved in the production and consumption of content. Indeed, it has increased the public’s chances of accessing news and engaging with news content anywhere in the globe, thus, making digital media a valuable tool for information dissemination across rural and urban dissections. The emergency of social media marked a communications revolution


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South Africa,

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