YouTube & Innocence

IB English B: YouTube & Innocence

I actually set out to write this page about the video "Innocence of Muslims", posted on YouTube, which caused a major controversy in September 2012. This video, or rather reactions towards it, remains the prime reference of the page, but it has turned out to be more interesting to consider some of the more general issues raised by the controversy.Specifically, the page has turned into a case study of how the internet...


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