The Innocence Network UK http://www.innocencenetwork.org.uk/ has the following aims:
1) To facilitate casework on alleged wrongful convictions by innocence projects.
2) To communicate on issues relating to the problem of wrongful convictions.The method is explained very clearly on the website of INUK's founder, Dr Michael Naughton on the University of Bristol's Innocence Project website:
The project uses law student labour to work on possible wrongful conviction cases that meet strict criteria, with academic support (students get credit for this).
I like the combination of student activism and academic rigour, with the aim of meeting a practically achieveable humanitarian goal. A "technology" can be a system of rules or a way of working together that achieves a result, and that social innovation is at the heart of the many social media tools we now use online.