Know the default mode of showing solidarity in the hashtag era of Charlie Hebdo

It took less than an hour for the hashtag to appear. When gunmen attacked the Paris offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday morning, French onlookers mourned the murdered journalists by tweeting #JeSuisCharlie. Soon, Charlie Hebdo had updated its website with a guide to translating the call for supporters around the world-#YoSoyCharlie, #IchBinCharlie, #IAmCharlie. […]

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