“What Libyan propagandists and their backers have shown is the speed through which new narratives and disinformation can be spread, how social media can be used for this, and how easily foreign actors can influence and engage in public debates in Libya in real-time,” notes All Africa about the technology and social media-fueled conflict in Libya (and elsewhere.) This is worth a read, especially to understand that this might be the future of war in the post-Facebook world.