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Quote of the day: Cell phones help 'organize' riots

Young French rioters are using text messaging, mobile phones and other technology to help organize attacks.

In a Reuters story about the French government's policing of cyberspace in a battle to end two weeks of rioting, experts say youths are using cell phones to organize attacks with guerrilla tactics they have copied from antiglobalization protesters.

"Text messages and mobile phones...help small groups of rioters," criminologist Alain Bauer said. "They can connect easily. It's not only a way to avoid the police, it's a way to organize the fires." Click here for the full story.