Following centuries of struggle, Latin American countries succeeded in gaining independence in the course of the 19th and 20th centuries. Notwithstanding, it is a well-known fact that today there is no equal financial distribution between the different classes in Latin American society.
In an attempt to overcome these significant class differences and protect the lower classes in Latin American countries, many human rights groups were created. However, this post refers to very different groups that are fighting for their rights in a more modern way – from behind a computer screen.
Most of these groups have a very similar agenda and they know that the best way to succeed lies in garnering the assistance of hacktivists from all over the continent and even further afield.
Via the computer, they are calling out to the people to protest against government laws and restrictions. Take, for example, the case of
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