Four years in prison for Facebook message

As of late Internet freedom has been challenged by governments worldwide including the US. Social media has given a voice to protestors everywhere. In England two men were sentenced to jail for sharing information on Facebook about the recent riots. Now the US State Department is giving $2 million in grants for the “Internet in a suitcase” to aid protesters in getting around unfriendly governments. Many are calling the US government hypocrites for such aid after a shutdown of cell phone service occurred during a recent protest in San Francisco. Could Internet in a suitcase allow governments and corporations to spy on and manipulate online revolutions? Eva Golinger, lawyer and author, tells us more. Follow Lauren on Twitter: