Mexican citizens stem corruption with social media

David Brancaccio May 16, 2013
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Mexican citizens stem corruption with social media

David Brancaccio May 16, 2013
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While Mexico is by no means the only place on Earth where public corruption runs rampant, the problem continues to plague its citizens in a country where 93 percent of driversthink their traffic cops are corrupt.

Marketplace Morning Report host David Brancaccio talks to León Krauze of Univision News about how social media outlets such as Twitter have sprung up as tools used by the public to battle public corruption.

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