Venezuela's Political Crisis Turns Social Media Into a Lifeline and Danger Zone. Listen at 6 am

Sep 11, 2018

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (center), shown here at a ceremony last month.
Credit Juan Barreto / AFP/Getty Images

In Venezuela, social media can be a life line to the outside world.  It might also put you – or your family - in danger.  Government censorship of news media has been an ongoing issue, and many are now concerned that social media censorship is next. How the crisis in Venezuela is affecting social media.

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