The relevance of digital activism has significantly increased due to the coronavirus outbreak that has locked billions of people at their homes. Having provided people with the ways to digitally materialize not widely represented issues in reality, Internet platforms have been extensively and rapidly gathering users with the aspiration to protest from all over the world over the past decades.
On a market square in Haderslev, Denmark, the corona consequences are easily visible. At least on Tuesdays and Fridays when the square hosts an outdoor market. Here, there are no talks of billions of dollars or thousands of patients. It’s just small businesses trying to survive the crisis.
Emmanuel Macron announced on Monday an additional month of confinement for France, news that did not make the French happy. It was to be expected, yet, it felt unreal until it happened; and many more questions are raised as a result. With these, also come a lot of debates.