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Facebook Revolution may refer to different revolutions and protests, which were coordinated using Facebook:
- 2009–2010 Iranian election protests, following the 2009 Iranian presidential election against the disputed victory of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
- 2011 Egyptian revolution, overthrowing President Hosni Mubarak
- 2011 Tunisian revolution, overthrowing President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali
- Media curbs and usage of social networking sites in Kashmir, protests against the "Bloody Summer" of 2010
- Euromaidan Revolution in Ukraine, beginning in November 2013.
- Romanian presidential election, 2014, usage of Facebook by Romanian citizens for the presidential elections in November 2014
- Umbrella Revolution in Hong Kong, people changed their profile pictures to yellow ribbons to show support to the protest and shared information in the scene
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- 2017 pro-jallikattu protests, with the ONLY help of social media, the protests for jallikattu has forever changed the social and political discourse in India