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Occupy Movement

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  1. Bratton Cool With #myNYPD Twitter Disaster 'Cause Most Photos Are 'Old News'

    Yesterday, the NYPD's social media team got a bad taste of trending with its call for the public's photos with a member of the NYPD to be tagged ... FULL ARTICLE AT Gothamist

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    Things didn’t go as planned Tuesday, when the NYPD asked Twitter users to post a picture of themselves with a New York police officer. The hashtag #myNYPD exploded with ... FULL ARTICLE AT New York Daily News

  1. French economist Thomas Piketty and his research partners have transformed the wealth gap debate by popularizing the concept of a financially elite 1 percent.They framed the issue of income ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Wichita Eagle

  2. NYPD asks Twitter to share photos. Twitter responds with pics of police brutality

    NEW YORK—A request by the New York City Police Department has backfired — in a very public way.Its request that Twitter users share pictures of them posing with police ... FULL ARTICLE AT Toronto Star

  3. by  Associated Press NYPD's Twitter request for photos backfires Associated Press - 23 April 2014 07:46-04:00 NEW YORK (AP) — A request by the New York City Police Department ... FULL ARTICLE AT New Europe News

  1. #myNYPD Twitter callout backfires for New York police department

    NYPD's Twitter feed deluged with images of brutal arrests and shooting victims after attempt to highlight best of officers' workWhen the New York police department invited people to ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  2. The NYPD sent a tweet on Tuesday, saying it might feature the photographs on its Facebook page. The responses soon turned ugly when Occupy Wall Street tweeted a photograph of ... FULL ARTICLE AT San Antonio Express-News

  3. Bill O'Reilly took on a militia leader Tuesday night supporting Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and asked him a very blunt question: what's the difference between Bundy supporters and ... FULL ARTICLE AT Mediaite

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The Occupy movement is an international protest movement against social and economic inequality, its primary goal being to make the economic structure and power relations in society fairer. Different local groups have different foci, but among the prime concerns is the claim that large corporations and the global financial system control the world in a way that disproportionately benefits a... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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