UK election: Are there digital dangers to democracy?
Parties are increasingly targeting voters online ahead of the upcoming British election.
While the traditional media is tightly regulated, commentators social media rules are far laxer.
Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba looks at the digital dangers to democracy.
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