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Less than an hour after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan, the country’s phone system was at capacity and Japanese citizens were unable to contact their loved ones or emergency hotlines. What did the Japanese do? They turned to Twitter. Dick Costolo, chief executive of Twitter, discusses how Twitter saved lives that day, in this video from The Economist’s Ideas Economy events series.

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