The other side of the coin is a new, formidable tool to test organizational models, promote events, even food revolution. Or at least that is what the media say about the so-called traditional Arab riots. It would seem, in fact, that without social media Ben Ali and Mubarak would still be in place in Syria or that there would be "days of rage". But is it true? The reflection on the abuse of Social Networks raises, or better lifts, some substantive issues, both historically and inexorably linked to the use of the network, where every action is tracked, every action can potentially be monitored, where maintaining privacy and anonymity Coast commitment, hard work and advanced skills on average. And beyond the more refined knowledge confidentiality is not always possible.
At the same time, the Internet is represented, and perhaps still is a great means of communication, which led to the opening passages of media freedom in armored systems, break down barriers, to share experiences. For years the network has nurtured the dream of information more democratic, it certainly has given space and voice actors invisible, in some cases has allowed uncomfortable news come to light (among all, the Aldrovandi is the most emblematic case). In this context, is part of the Italian anomaly, represented by a media system linked to more than any other large industrial groups and in which the largest publishers, Silvio Berlusconi, is also the President of the Council of Ministers.