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August 13, 2011

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After all the negativity aimed at social media after the riots, it is great to read a post that is actually highlighting the positives that social media used for during the violence.

I especially like the Met Police’s use of Flickr to post photos of those wanted for questioning during the unrest. Then you have to look at the organised clean up that was arranged over social media.

Katie Leaver, Deputy Editor of LondonLovesJobs

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