ZDNet
Zack Whittaker describes how YouTube videos captured by witnesses on Saturday demonstrate the way citizen journalism can dispel the official version of events. Although the University of California, Davis first said that police were "forced to use pepper spray," that didn't square with the video of an officer spraying students peacefully seated on the ground. "It is not 911 or 999 we call in an emergency," Whittaker writes. "We do not think to engage with the situation. But what we do, as the Generation Y, is pull out our phones and start recording; documenting every second of the event for history’s benefit." || The way it was: FDR controlled the flow of information after the Pearl Harbor attack (Ohio.com)