Posted on Monday, February 25th, 2013 by Uri Halevi
CrowdVoice is a user-powered service that tracks voices of protest from around the world by crowdsourcing information. This site provides an awesome tool and platform for protestors voices to be heard.
CrowdVoice.org is an open source platform that tracks voices of protest from around the world by curating information and crowdsourcing valuable data, such as eye witness videos, images, blogs, and a wide range of news reports in order to facilitate the spread of knowledge on current social justice movements worldwide. While most of the news we watch is biased for political propaganda or in service of the tycoons and their economical interests, Crowdsourcing usually provides the cry of the little man with the camera (and today: smartphone) who just happened to witness the event, allowing you can see how things happened through their eyes.
CrowdVoice provides you with a one of a kind world news site. When it comes to news events that takes place in a land far away, the only thing that molds your opinion is the media. CrowdVoice is a different kind of media; on it you will find great infographics about each conflict they cover with some vital information that will educate you with the dry details. Then you have all the Crowdsourcing material that will show you people’s opinions from that conflict, usually served with some chilling testimony and videos of the events. See the whole picture of subjects you thought you have a strong opinion about. Don’t be surprised if it will turn 180 degrees…