Social media has a prominent influence in how we relay information and gather news. With the protests in Turkey and Egypt, we decided to use our social data to compare when and how users in these countries were socially engaged, and how they relayed information to each other. Continue reading
The protests in Turkey have undoubtedly caused a flurry of online activity. Our data allows us to see how people are sharing URLs in relation to the protests (for example, through Facebook, Twitter, and email), and how the protests affect behavior online. Here’s what the data has shown.
First, the volume of the events jumped in the end of May. Continue reading