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[liberationtech] Verification of Speak2Tweet Locales?

Ben Connors Ben.Connors at washpost.com
Fri Nov 30 11:19:56 PST 2012


Thanks, 

That's the second good suggestion I've gotten. I'm afraid the team I'm 
working with would need something much more rock solid. 
Appreciate the responses so far though.

Innovation Editor | Video Dept. | Washington Post

(c) 202.213.0674
Ben.Connors at Washpost.com
@BCatDC



From:   "Jillian C. York" <jilliancyork at gmail.com>
To:     liberationtech <liberationtech at lists.stanford.edu>, 
Cc:     connorsb at washpost.com
Date:   11/30/2012 02:08 PM
Subject:        Re: [liberationtech] Verification of Speak2Tweet Locales?



You might also consider finding someone to analyze dialect... 

(listening to them this morning, a Syrian friend claims only one of them 
was from Syria, but I don't know what his rationale was).

On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 10:01 AM, Ben Connors <benjconnors at gmail.com> 
wrote:
Hi All,

Washington Post Journalist here with a verification question. 
We're looking to do a little blogging on Speak 2 Tweet and Syria, but we 
want at least some layer of proof that the calls are coming from within 
the country. I'm fairly tech savvy but at a loss, as to how/whether that 
can be done. 

Would appreciate your help amplifying these voices. 

Best,
Ben Connors


@bcatdc
202.213.0674
Video Innovation Editor | Washington Post
Formerly Creative Strategist | The Stream , Al Jazeera English

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