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Trinidad & Tobago: Ramifications of “Granny Quila”

Of the controversial “Granny Quila” video, Mark Lyndersay says: “It’s clear that for many locals, Facebook and to a lesser extent other Internet based media such as blogs and Twitter have become a kind of virtual Woodford Square for airing opinions…Unfortunately, unlike a hotheaded argument in the square, posts and videos can be screen captured and downloaded for reference and in this case, can become subject to legal review.”

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