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October 08, 2012

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ValeryLev

In Moscow there's a whistleblogging service http://perekrili.org which gives updates on sporadic blocking of roads by police in and around the city to ensure green light travel for governmental corteges. It's a very useful addition to camera and UGC-based traffic condition maps provided by search portal http://maps.yandex.ru/?ll=37.617671%2C55.755768&spn=0.939331%2C0.405802&z=10&l=map%2Ctrf%2Ctrfe&trfm=cur and other Web analogs.

Anton Koekemoer

Hi David,

Great post – And yes, Law authorities worldwide are beginning the see the value of social media – Not only for catching the bad doers or criminals, but to raise awareness amongst communities of specific issues and or problems. Thanks for sharing your experience with us.

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