Morocco: ban on YouTube lifted

The block on the video-sharing Web site YouTube has been lifted yesterday and the Moroccan blogsphere is celebrating its victory and planning to continue the struggle to unblock Google Earth and Livejournal.
Najib Omrani, a spokesman for the state-controlled telecommunications company Maroc Telecom, said Moroccans were unable to access YouTube due to a technical glitch

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  • sarah larcombe

    Although we can access morrocco on Google earth from uk, why are parts of the country pixalated in blocks covering just a few square miles. Does this mean they are sensitive areas for national security?

  • I don’t think that this is fair with moroccans and people living in morocco, i found your url on Google, thanks for such a wonderful web site and the useful information, a fellow webmaster.

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