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    Post Inside the strange — and surprisingly successful — fight for social media rights

    Inside the strange — and surprisingly successful — fight for social media rights. Online social media platforms — and the maelstrom of memes swirling across them — influence the real world more than ever before. But, as Facebook fakers sway elections, celebrities with itchy Twitter fingers move markets, and comment-thread crusaders crush careers, some people are starting to ask: Who’s in charge here?
    The answer isn’t always clear. But, people are beginning to fight for their social media rights — and those battles have been as strange as they’ve been successful. Here are some of the most bizarre battles sharpening the blurry boundaries of social media sovereignty:

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