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 International Politics in the Virtual

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Date posted: 16/05/2007

Chilean activists in Santiago are taking their opposition to a new transportation policy to a whole new level.

Instead of marching in the streets they have sat down in front of their computers at home and at Cyber cafes and turned to the Second Life virtual world to make their feelings known.

By taking to Second Life the demonstrators can meet and arrange a virtual protest over Tran-Santiago, the transport system that's proving far from popular in Chile.

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